Event Title

Evolving Roles for Attorneys Practicing in the Areas of Sports, Entertainment and I.P. Law

Location

Preston Hall, Tudor Room

Start Date

13-9-2011 11:15 AM

End Date

13-9-2011 11:40 AM

Description

CLE ethics segment worth one CLE credit, in which Pace Law Professor Gary Munneke discusses the evolving roles for attorneys practicing in the areas of sports, entertainment and I.P. law. He explores topics including entertainers’ intellectual property rights to their bodies of work, and the roles of attorneys who serve as agents for sports and entertainment figures.

Prof. Munneke teaches and writes in the areas of professional responsibility, law practice management, legal careers and lawyer training. He has authored more than 50 articles, and 20 books, including the leading casebook on law practice management, Materials and Cases on Law Practice Management. This year, he was awarded the prestigious Samuel S. Smith Award for excellence in law practice management by the ABA Law Practice Management Section.

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Sep 13th, 11:15 AM Sep 13th, 11:40 AM

Evolving Roles for Attorneys Practicing in the Areas of Sports, Entertainment and I.P. Law

Preston Hall, Tudor Room

CLE ethics segment worth one CLE credit, in which Pace Law Professor Gary Munneke discusses the evolving roles for attorneys practicing in the areas of sports, entertainment and I.P. law. He explores topics including entertainers’ intellectual property rights to their bodies of work, and the roles of attorneys who serve as agents for sports and entertainment figures.

Prof. Munneke teaches and writes in the areas of professional responsibility, law practice management, legal careers and lawyer training. He has authored more than 50 articles, and 20 books, including the leading casebook on law practice management, Materials and Cases on Law Practice Management. This year, he was awarded the prestigious Samuel S. Smith Award for excellence in law practice management by the ABA Law Practice Management Section.