From Musician to Artist to Entrepreneur
Pacific McGeorge School of law and the Brubeck Institute have partnered to present an entertainment law forum on the evolution of copyright in the music industry, "From Musician to Artist to Entrepreneur," at Pacific McGeorge School of Law on April 10. The program will begin with a forum discussion at 5 pm in the Lecture Hall, followed by a reception and performance by the Brubeck Institute Jazz Quintet at 6:30 pm in the Grand Salon in the Legal Studies Center.
Presenters include Jay Berger, senior client and legal coordinator at Artists Rights Enforcement Corp.; Scott Hervey, shareholder in Weintraub Genshlea Chediak Tobin Tobin (LA/Sacramento); Richard S. Jeweler, attorney and chair of the Brubeck Institute Advisory Board; and Brubeck Institute Director Simon Rowe, D.M.A. Discussion moderators will be McGeorge profesors Amy Landers and Courtney Lee.
Due to limited space, an RSVP is requested by April 3 at go.mcgeorge.edu/musiclaw. This program has been approved for 1.25 hours of MCLE credit by The State Bar of California.