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Training courses, certificates, diplomas or degree programs of Entertainment Law for students in New York, NY


Total 5 training courses and degree programs available.

Entertainment Law

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: Institute of Audio Research
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States

A study of the legal foundations upon which the music and entertainment business is based, including Federal regulation of intellectual property, legal structures, television, film, live stage performances, recording and music publishing, publishing, sport law, entertainment law and technology. Additional focus on cyberspace and copyright, including file sharing, cloud content, and Internet neutrality.

Law and the Entertainment Business

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: Baruch College
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States
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A comprehensive study of the legal, regulatory and business issues confronting the entertainment industry. The course examines pragmatic and ethical considerations of deal negotiation and structure. The various aspects of the industry that will be studied include music, motion pictures, television, theatre, sports, book publishing as well as the major support functionaries, such as talent agencies, managers, accountants and attorneys. The course will also examine the global market, including relevant international treaties such as GATT and TRIPS. The course utilizes interactive class participation, including mock deal and contract negotiations, dispute resolution and small group problem solving.

Entertainment Law and Media Ethics

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: Metropolitan College of New York
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States
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This course focuses on the fundamentals of contract law, the protection of intellectual property and the contractual relationships between various parties in the entertainment field, including the relationships between the artist and manager, and agents and clients media and sports fields. Students will also be provided an overview of the interrelationship between the law, ethics and business of the entertainment industries focusing on the scope of rights that attach to an entertainment enterprise, and the variety of legal, ethical and developmental issues raised in various entertainment business contexts. Emphasis will also be placed on understanding the specifics of entertainment industry power structures; methods of compensation and credit allocation; creative control; methods by which rights in a creative product may be transferred; grant of rights and representations; and warranties and indemnities relating to risks particularly characteristic of the entertainment industries. The course will also develop the argument that ethical considerations are important in the decision-making process and teach analytical reasoning skills that enable the student to identify and w... [Read More]

Entertainment Law

Course Format: Public Course / Instructor-Led / Open Enrollment
School/Trainer: New York University School of Law
Training Center(s)/Venue(s): New York City, United States

Concepts common to various branches of the entertainment industry, using cases, contracts, and union agreements as source material. Students draft sample agreements for hypothetical problems and negotiate contract terms, in class.

Media & Entertainment Law Specialist

Course Format: Online / Virtual Classroom / Webinar
School/Trainer: University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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A paralegal can be an integral part of the legal entertainment scene, providing the attorney with drafts of contracts, monitoring the performance of existing contracts, and communicating with clients and other parties involved in the negotiation process. This is all in addition to the more standard tasks performed by the paralegal, such as research, correspondence, and pleading preparation. A paralegal can also be invaluable due to the peculiar nature of the entertainment industry. The egos and personalities are different, more sensitive, and often more volatile than in standard areas of representation. A paralegal often provides a less threatening conduit through which communication can flow. Topics include Media & Entertainment Law, Employment Law, and your choice of E-Discovery or Advanced Legal Research.

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