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Hot Topics in Right of Publicity Disputes (03/09/2021)

Program Number: 3140 Presenter: Stan Soocher, Esq.

The parameter of rights in an individual’s persona—name, voice, likeness and other elements of an individual’s identity—is often a key consideration for creators of media content and their counsel. This presentation examines recurring legal issues and recent case law developments in disputes over such rights of publicity. Topics to be covered include: whether a right of publicity has been effectively assigned; how statute of limitation concerns can impact right of publicity litigation; which state’s or country’s right of publicity law applies; the interplay of publicity rights with federal Lanham Act claims individuals may pursue over unauthorized uses of their personas; and whether a defendant has raised a viable “transformative use” argument that will defeat an unauthorized use claim.

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The Show Must Go On: Legal Issues Affecting Broadway due to COVID (09/11/2020)

Program Number: 30212 Presenter: Matthew Windham, Esq.

This program will discuss the challenging legal issues facing Broadway and the professional American theater as a result of COVID. These issues relate to governmental mandates, contract law, insurance coverage, union representation, the obligation to provide refunds, providing for the health and safety of theater workers and audience members, intellectual property rights, and presenting live and prerecorded content on the internet while the theaters remain closed. Learning objectives will include understanding how COVID has created novel difficult questions in different areas of substantive law for an industry that was thriving artistically and commercially just months ago and has now come to a total standstill.

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