THE ART LAW FIRM PARTNERS with MIAMI INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM to FOCUS on "REPRESENTING CREATIVE CLIENTS"
The University of Miami School of Law Entertainment and Sports Law Society and the Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries from the American Bar Association Present an International Legal Symposium on the World of Music, Art, Film, Television and Sports on April 7, 2016.
WORKING with CREATIVES
Representing creative clients is a collaboration of attorney and client that presents rewards and challenges:
Alexandra Darraby, Esq., Principal, The Art Law Firm will highlight how-to’s and best practices
- Maintaining open communications for clients who are insulated by agents, family members, other lawyers and entourages
- Coordinating advocacy and business interests of international clients in context of translation nuances and social and cultural mores
- Navigating ethical demands of the practice with the creative sensibilities of the clients
This expert panel under Moderator Marsha S. Brooks, Esq., Brooks & Distler, New York, NY, includes experienced attorneys from New York, Canada and Florida who will explore the ethical and legal imperatives in representing creative artists in the areas of Literature, Theater, Art & Design, Film, Music, Technology and New Media.
University of Miami, Coral Gables, Florida 33146
Thursday April 7, 2016