Copyright Law & Political Campaigns Seminar

When: October 22, 2015 at 6:30pm - 8:30pm EDT - This event has passed

Join us for our Miami Chapter’s first event of the season! With Lincoln Bandlow, who represented Senator McCain in the suit brought by Jackson Brown in 2008, Serona Elton, leading scholar of music law and artists’ rights, and Will Ritter, Director of Operations for the Romney presidential campaign and Co-Founder of Poolhouse, which provides digital advertising for the Rubio presidential campaign.

More about the panel:

Lincoln Bandlow | Partner, Fox Rothschild, LLP
Lincoln Bandlow represented Senator John McCain in the suit brought by Jackson Brown in the 2008 presidential campaign. Lincoln continues to represent a broad range of IP clients and advises political campaigns on IP issues. More about Lincoln.

Serona Elton | Associate Professor and Chair, Music Media & Industry, University of Miami
Serona Elton is an expert on music licensing and a leading scholar in the
field of music law and artists’ rights associated with music. She has
broad experience working with several of the major record labels. More about Serona.

Will Ritter | Co-Founder, Poolhouse
Will Ritter was Director of Operations for Mitt Romney’s presidential campaign and his company currently provides digital advertising for the Marco Rubio presidential campaign. Will is an expert at bringing music and politics together. More about Poolhouse.

Emilie Kennedy | Lipscomb, Eisenberg & Baker, PL (Moderator)
More about Emilie.

Refreshments will be provided.

CSUSA Members $20
Non-Members $30

Cancellation Policy
Refund requests must be emailed to at least three business days before the event. Refunds will not be issued after that point. Unfortunately, we will not be able to credit your registration payment toward a future event, but you may allow another person attend in your place.

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