International Legal Symposium on the World of Music, Film, Television and Sports - Panel Registration
University of Miami
Donna E. Shalala Student Center
1330 Miller Drive
Coral Gables, FL 33146
Thursday, March 30
8:00am-9:00am - One Lawyer, Many Hats: Conflicts of Interest in Entertainment & Sports Law
Whether you are representing the actors on a reality television show or negotiating the NFL contract of the year, you are likely donning different “hats” as you play the role of sports agent, talent agent and legal representative. This interactive panel will explore conflicts and other ethical landmines awaiting an entertainment and sports law practitioner.
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CONCURRENT WORKSHOPS - 10:30am-11:45am
11:45am-12:45pm - Luncheon with Keynote Speaker: Oliver Luck, NCAA Executive Vice President of Regulatory Affairs and Strategic Partnerships, Indianapolis, IN
Back to the Future: Current Challenges Facing Intercollegiate AthleticsMr. Luck will discuss the historical context of changes in college sports and the legal, cultural and social challenges that the NCAA is facing today.
12:45pm-2:00pm - Wealth Management for Real Life Ballers: Financial Planning and for Athletes and Entertainers
This year’s panel will focus on preserving and protecting assets of the successful entertainment and sports client. Social media makes it virtually impossible for the high profile athlete or entertainer to enjoy his privacy. However, with proper planning, these unique clients can protect their assets from unnecessary and unwelcome public disclosure and, more importantly, from the claims of their creditors. The panel will discuss various planning techniques and strategies, including the interrelationship of business entities and trusts, both domestic and international, that a celebrity client may implement in order to achieve a comprehensive tax and financial plan.
2:45pm-4:15 pm- Hot Topics in Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law
What does it mean to practice Entertainment, Arts, and Sports Law? This Panel will discuss hot topics in these fields and provide an overview of Miami Law's EASL Program.
Friday, March 31
2:15pm-3:30pm - The Young Lions: Insight and Advice from the Young Lawyer’s Perspective; Tales of the Entertainment and Sports World from UM Law Young Alums
A panel of recently graduated University of Miami Law Alumni, in which panelists talk about their journey and experience to date within the entertainment and sports law industries
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