Don’t just take our word for it, see what attendees are saying about the quality of the program:
“Leaders in their fields, addressing cutting edge issues through spirited and highly informative discussions.”
“A requisite legal and business discourse for music and entertainment industry insiders and anyone who strives to be.”
“Excellent panels, panelists, and conference attendees! As an ASCAP songwriter and music publisher, this conference was very informative!”
“Loved being able to ask questions and participate in the discussion.”
Press Coverage of Past Events:
- PaidContent coverage of September 14, 2012 event
- Billboard coverage of September 14, 2012 event
- Billboard coverage of November 3, 2011 event
Programs From Past Events
Click on the programs below to see the speakers and sponsors that participated in that particular event.
- New York, September 28, 2010
- Los Angeles, October 13, 2010
- Nashville, November 9, 2010
- New York, February 28, 2011
- San Francisco, March 30, 2011
- Los Angeles, May 12, 2011
- New York, November 3, 2011
- New York, March 1, 2012
- New York, September 13, 2012
We’ve hosted a number of great discussions over the course of this Series. Here are just a few:
- Bankruptcy and Copyright Assets: Minimizing the Effect on Third-Party Licensees
- Licensing Musical Works: Varied Approaches to Fixing a Broken System
- Legislative Solutions to Online Piracy – Dissecting SOPA/PIPA/OPEN Act Provisions
- Antitrust in Media & Entertainment: The Fine Line between Survival and Monopoly
- Cloud Media Law: MP3 Tunes, Amazon Cloud Music and Cartoon Network v. Cablevision
- Cloud Media Deals: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly? Or All the Same?
- Creators vs. Corporations: Copyright Termination and Royalty Accounting After the Eminem Case
- Copyright Issues and Licensing Challenges Surrounding Cloud Media Services
- International Legal Issues that Challenge Digital Media’s Global Growth
- Is Peace Breaking Out? A Discussion of the Copyright Principles Project
- The New Anti-Piracy Strategy: Law Enforcement Attacking ‘Rogue Websites.’ Will this effort be effective? Will it survive challenges? Does it require legislation?
- Privacy Laws and Risks Affecting Digital Media Services, and Potential Risks and Benefits of New Legislation and Regulation (Click here to view a video from this panel.)
- Digital Sales and Use Taxes: Are State and Local Governments Overreaching By Taxing Digital ‘Goods’ and Cloud Media Services? Are these taxes legal? Are they effective? How will Congress react?
- Copyright Registration: Issues And Challenges
- Comparing International Anti-Piracy Strategies
- The Continuing Digital Evolution of the First Sale Doctrine
- Digital Television Innovation, Competition and Copyright
- Copyright Trolls or Creative Lawyering? Are Mass Copyright Infringement Suits Ethical? Can They Be Effective Deterrents, or a Successful Business Model?