California Lawyers for the Arts, Northern California, presents its Music Business Seminar, Volume 2006 on November 18 from 9:00 am to 6:00 pm.
At this all-day event, you will get music business and legal knowledge from the most talented and dynamic attorneys, artists and industry professionals. This event is for all musicians, djs, producers, attorneys, and anyone interested in learning about the business side of the music industry.
-Negotiating with the Pros - Basic Negotiation Principles and Strategies
-Building a Buzz in the Bay - Grass Roots Marketing Strategies
-Modern Modes of Music Money-Making - New Licensing Opportunities
-The State of Independents - Bay Area Indie Labels, Production Companies, and Other Entrepreneurial Ventures
-Break-ups, Rip-offs and Shakedowns - Music Industry Horror Stories
-Copyright and Music Publishing Primer
-Anatomy of a Record Contract Primer
-Demo Critique (note: you must pre-register to submit a demo for the demo critique)
Joel Selvin (SF Chronicle music critic) [keynote]
Michael Aczon (attorney); Larry Batiste (independent producer and president of SF chapter of NARAS); Elliot Cahn (attorney and artist's manager); Chris Carter (Millrace Productions); Nate Cooper (musician); Jon L. Duman (Law Offices of Jon L. Duman); Gian Fiero (Duman & Fiero); George Hearst (independent producer); Lisa Klein (OpticNoise); Alan Korn (Law Office of Alan Korn); Heather M. Nelson (Law Office of Heather M. Nelson); Noah Perry (Merritt Sound); Jill Roisen (Director of Arts Arbitration and Mediation Services, CLA); Allan Schwartz (Law Offices of Allan J. Schwartz); Kerry Silverman (Strive Management); Jennifer Burke Sylva (Law Offices of Jennifer Burke Sylva); Colette Vogele (Vogele and Associates)
California Lawyers for the Arts is a statewide non-profit service organization providing educational programs, legal services, alternative dispute resolution services, publications, advocacy and more to people in the creative arts and arts organizations. Founded in 1974 by lawyers and artists, our programs and services are designed to help artists understand and apply legal concepts.
General admission is $65. CLA/cosponsor member admission is $55. $10 discount for early registration (by November 15). Full-time student or senior admission is $30 (no other discounts apply). Attorneys obtaining CLE credit pay $120.
Email: [email protected]
Phone: 415-775-7200 x107
Official Website: http://www.calawyersforthearts.org/musicseminarnorcal06.html
Added by FullCalendar on October 17, 2006