Fox Rothschild recently issued the following announcement.
In recent years we have seen massive structural changes in how content is developed and distributed, with the proliferation of streaming services (and the concomitant division of content into a multitude of branded silos), significant media consolidation deals (including Viacom/CBS, Gannett/Gatehouse, AT&T/ Time Warner, and more), and the fracturing of long-standing norms and relationships (such as the eruption of lawsuits between the Writers Guild of America and the major talent agencies). This session will sort out the major developments and discuss the intellectual property, contractual, and other legal issues affecting those attempting to keep their footing on shifting ground.
*Please note there is a cost to attend.
When:January 16, 2020 at 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Hosted By:Southwestern Law School/MLRC, 17th Annual Entertainment Media Law Conference
Location: Southwestern Law School
3050 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90010
Original source can be found here.