Adjunct Professor of Law, Pepperdine’s No. 1 Ranked Straus Institute for Dispute Resolution
Arbitration has become an increasingly common forum for the resolution of entertainment industry disputes. Yet many experienced entertainment attorneys can feel as much of a fish out of water in arbitration as Axel Foley did in Beverly Hills Cop or as Ted Lasso does on a British soccer field. This program is designed for transactional and litigation attorneys who negotiate entertainment deals and litigate entertainment disputes. The program will teach attendees:
Best practices for drafting arbitration provisions for entertainment industry agreements to insure confidential, cost-effective, and efficient resolution of entertainment disputes, as well as to gain an advantage for clients and achieve worldwide enforcement of final arbitration awards.
Practice tips for trying and winning your entertainment arbitration case, and how and why it differs from trying a case in court.
Special ethical and practical challenges that may come up in entertainment arbitrations and how to deal with them.
How to make arbitration an even better experience for attorneys and clients than court litigation.
This program is presented by the Entertainment Law Section, Mediation Section, and Litigation Section
BHBA’s Entertainment Law Section is the largest of its kind in the world, addressing a broad range of legal issues pertaining to film, television, music, and emerging digital properties. The section is chaired by Greg Zbylut and John R. Baldivia. Find out more about the section at https://bhba.org/sections-committees/entertainment-law/
MCLE CREDIT This activity has been approved for participatory Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount shown above and the Beverly Hills Bar Association certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education. *Final CLE hours will be determined based on event content.