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Entertainment Law Section
The Wide, Wide World of Sports Law
This program will cover a broad range of Sports Law related topics of interest to both sports law professionals and those just seeking a general understanding of recent sports law issues, including, but not limited to, the current status and effect of the O'Bannon v. NCAA case, and related right of likeness and publicity issues. Other topics will include a look at the hurdles and issues involved in recruiting and signing professional athlete clients, from both an agent and athlete's perspective, and current issues between unions and management in professional sports and the recent movement to unionize in collegiate sports, as well as the complexities of branding and marketing athletes, and how professional athletes can establish, protect, and promote their own brand, both during and after their professional playing careers.


David Meltzer, CEO of Sports 1 Marketing

Fred Fenster
, Partner at Greenberg Glusker

W. Jerome Stanley
- President/CEO of SAFE Sports Management

Keyshawn Johnson
- Former NFL and USC Wide Receiver,
No. 1 Overall Draft Pick (1996), and Super Bowl Champion (XXXVII)

Glen Rothstein, Partner at Greenberg Glusker
When: Wednesday, November 16, 2016, 12:00 pm to 2:00 pm
Where: Lawry's the Prime Rib (Directions, Free Underground Parking)
$0 - Members of The Order of Distinguished Attorneys
- BHBA Members who pay in advance*
$245 - Non-BHBA Members who pay in advance*
Interested in Membership? Try it Free, No Commitment, for 30 days
Entertainment Law Section Chairs: Alexander Rufus-Isaacs, Esq. & Pierre B. Pine, Esq.
Program Chairs: Pierre B. Pine, Esq. & Glen Rothstein, Esq.
* Advanced registration closes 24 hours prior to event time. Registrations received thereafter include a $25 additional fee. Full refund with 48 hours notice. Raincheck with 24 hours notice.

This activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of 1.5 Hours of Participatory Credit (.5 in Legal Ethics) and the Beverly Hills Bar Association certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education.
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