Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section - 2010 Annual Meeting
4.0 MCLE credits in areas of professional practice
Program Agenda and Speakers
Kenneth M. Swezey,
Esq., Section Chair
Greco-Meyer, Esq., Program Co-Chair
From Conception to the Public Domain or Perhaps to Infinity
and Beyond: The Life Cycle of Fictional Characters
Distinguished panelists will discuss the life cycle of
fictional characters and cover topics such as elements to
include to increase a characters’ rights, how to license and
expand a character’s image, and what happens when the
character’s rights expire.
Moderator: Jay Kogan, Esq.
Panelists: Neil J. Rosini, Esq., Edward H. Rosenthal, Esq., Joseph P.
Salvo, Esq., and Kenneth M. Weinrib, Esq.
Players Off The Field—How Do You Protect Your Client
When Negotiating an Athlete-Driven Merchandising, Endorsement, or
New/Traditional Media Deal?
Featuring leading sports
marketing and legal experts, this panel will touch on such issues as
protecting interests in the athlete’s name and likeness, the role
of the agent, and the considerations that go into finding the right
match between athlete and sponsor/licensee.
Panelists: Ethan Orlinsky, Esq., Terry Prince, Esq., Peter Welch, Esq.
and Stephanie Vardavas, Esq.
This program was
recorded on January 25, 2010 at the New York State Bar Association
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