April 1 - 2, 2020 - EASL's 9th Annual Legal Aspects of Producing
Wednesday, April 1, 2020 -Thursday, April 2, 2020
The Theater Center
210 West 50th
New York, NY
5:30PM – 9:15PM (each night)
NYSBA Members and CTI Alumni: $285.00 for Both Days | $165.00 for One Day
Non-Members: $375.00 for Both Days | $225.00 for One Day
Students: $185.00 for Both days | $95.00 for One Day
This course is approved for up to 7.0 MCLE credit hours in professional practice for New York State Attorneys. This program is non-transitional and therefore not suited for newly-admitted attorneys.
The Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section of New York State Bar Association, in collaboration with the Commercial Theater Institute, will host the ninth annual intensive CLE seminar. The seminar will focus on the roles that theatrical lawyers play in guiding both new and seasoned industry professionals through all of the stages and legal aspects of producing. The seminar will begin by covering the basics from acquiring rights, fundraising and investor fundamentals, and engaging the creative team The second part of the program will address some new topics, such as the distinctions between producing theater in the US and in the UK, the unique legal issues relating to the producing of immersive theater and licensing for primary and secondary markets. We will cap off the second evening with our now traditional and much-acclaimed “fireside chat” with some of the top theater lawyers to discuss current legal issues and trends in the industry.
For more information: Kristina Maldonado at [email protected]| CTI Alumni Looking to Register Please Fill out the Registration Form or contact Kristina Maldonado at 518-487-5588