Saturday, March 14, 2020
This event has been canceled.
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Agenda & Panel Briefs
FL Bar CLE Credits include: General 6.5, Technology 2.5
Certification Credits: Business Litigation 6.5
Representing New Generation of Entertainers
Somara Jacques, Esq. - Somara Jacques, P.A.
John F. Bradley, Esq. - Bradley Legal Group, P.A.
Juan Delgado, Esq. - Delgado MediaWorks
Charlotte Towne, Esq. - Charlotte Towne, P.A.
Dean Vicenç Feliú - NSU Shepard Broad College of Law, Moderator
Dysregulating the Media: The Unintentional Deregulation of American Media
Jon Garon - Director of IP, Cybersecurity and Technology Law and Professor of Law, NSU Shepard Broad College of Law
Current State of Music Industry
Stephanie Chopurian-Valencia, Esq. - Ritzholz Levi Fields LLP
Rodrigo Prichard, Esq. - Universal Music
Ivan Parron, Esq. - Parron Law
Marc Stollman, Esq. - Stollman Law P.A. - Moderator
Keynote Speaker: Mike Bartok, Esq. Paramount Pictures
NCAA Pay to Play Act
James Paul, Esq. - Corporate Counsel for Vital Pharmaceuticals, Inc., and Certified Contract Advisor with the NFLPA
Darren Heitner, Esq. - Heitner Legal P.L.L.C.
Alan K. Fertel, Esq. - Weiss, Serota, Helfman, Cole & Bierman
Professor Kenneth L. Lewis, Jr. - NSU Shepard Broad College of Law - Moderator
Breaking into the Industry
Brittney Trigg, Esq. - BTRIGGLAW, PLLC
Alan Wilmot, Esq. - Heitner Legal P.L.C.C.
Professor Michael Richmond - NSU Shepard Broad College of Law - Moderator
The Florida Bar CLE credit hours & certification credits pending for this Symposium