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The LACBA Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Section (ELIPS) and Association of Media and Entertainment Counsel (AMEC) Women Who Lead board invite you to attend our jointly sponsored in-person social.

The LACBA Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Section (ELIPS) & Association of Media and Entertainment Counsel (AMEC) Women Who Lead board invite you to attend our jointly sponsored in-person social When:         Thursday, September 30th, 6-7:30 PM...

Wednesday September 29, 2021 • 3:00 p.m. EST • via Zoom Troutman Pepper’s Women’s Leadership Committee is sponsoring a conversation, moderated by Joan Arnold, focusing on Cross Border Transactions Cross Border Transactions & Consid

Cross Border Transactions & Considerations September 29, 2021 • 3:00 p.m. EST • via Zoom Troutman Pepper’s Women’s Leadership Committee is sponsoring a conversation, moderated by Joan Arnold, focusing on Cross Border Transactions. Join us for an interactive...

COURTING’ INDIA’S NEW OTT REGULATIONS: What’s Brewing For Online Publishers Of Content?

What’s brewing for online publishers of content? Ranjana Adhikari, Shashi Shekhar Misra & Akhil Bhardwaj Ranjana Adhikari            Shashi Shekhar Misra Indian regulators are extending their reach to digital content creators and publishers. A new set of rules,...

AMEC News and Events September 10, 2021

CARU Revises its Guidelines to Address Increase in Online Media SheppardMullin The Children’s Advertising Review Unit (CARU) recently revised its children’s advertising guidelines to address the increased prevalence of online media directed to children. Of note, the...

AMEC Newsletter March 12th 2021

New York State Reopens—and Increases Capacity for—Restaurants and Entertainment Venues Frankfurt Kurnit Klein & Selz PC While face coverings and 6 feet social distancing are still required, New York businesses are eager to reopen to the public and increase their...

AMEC Newsletter March 5th 2021

In brief: media law and regulation in USA by: Harris Wiltshire Grannis LLP The United States regulates the delivery of television and audio radio signals differently depending on how those signals reach the end user. Broadcast television in the United States refers...

AMEC Newsletter February 12th

The CASE Act Promises Copyright Infringement Remedies for Content Creators: But Will It Deliver? On December 27, 2020, Congress passed the CASE Act, which provides a "small claims" procedure, administered by the U.S. Copyright Office, for handling copyright...

AMEC Newsletter January 22nd

Impact of Brexit on the Media, Sport and Entertainment industries              On 1 January 2021, the Brexit transition period came to an end and the UK is now no longer subject to the rules of the EU. In this article, we take a look at the key issues of Brexit on the...