Americana Conference Will Offer Entertainment Law Symposium

Americana_Music_Association_logo1The Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville and the Americana Music Association will welcome the American Bar Association Forum On Entertainment and Sports Industries to present its annual Nashville Entertainment Law Symposium during the Americana Music Festival and Conference, to be held September 18-20, 2013 at the Downtown Nashville Sheraton Hotel.

The CLE program provides attorneys with the ability to obtain 12+ hours of CLE credit during the three-day conference. The Nashville Entertainment Law Symposium will present panels on touring and personal appearances, current topics in entertainment litigation, licensing, film and television and legal ethics. The panels will feature national and local speakers including Christine Lepera of New York (current Chair of the Forum), Richard J. Idell (Incoming Chair of the Forum), Nashville Forum Committee Members Henry Root (Los Angeles), Kirk Schroder (Richmond, Va.), Todd Brabec (Los Angeles), Mike Milom (Nashville) and Jim Zumwalt (Nashville).

logoRound5“The Arts & Business Council is truly delighted to bring the ABA Forum on Entertainment and Sports Industries and its Nashville Entertainment Law Symposium into this successful partnership with the Americana Music Association which will allow us to offer new sophisticated content from some of the leading entertainment law practitioners across the country,” said Casey Summar, Arts & Business Council Executive Director. “This partnership provides our family of attorneys an excellent opportunity to earn all of their CLE credit for the year, network with professionals in the Americana community, plus enjoy the Music Festival in the evenings.”

A portion of the proceeds from the CLE program will go to benefit the Arts & Business Council’s Volunteer Lawyers & Professionals for the Arts program, which provides free legal advice to low-income artists of all disciplines, as well as emerging arts nonprofits. With a roster of over 250 generous volunteer lawyers and professionals, this program has provided $1.2 million worth of pro bono services to the creative community since opening six years ago.

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