HARVARD LAW SCHOOL COMMITTEE ON SPORTS & ENTERTAINMENT LAW 2015 SYMPOSIUM: THE FUTURE OF CONTENT DELIVERY | Milstein East Rooms A & B in Wasserstein Hall, Harvard Law School | March 26, 2015, 1:30 pm – 2:30 pm | At the 2015 CSEL Symposium, leaders in the entertainment industry will explore how the recent expansion of digital platforms has changed their jobs. Cyberlaw Clinic Managing Director Chris Bavitz will moderate a discussion among panelists Rebecca Borden, SVP Associate General Counsel and Co-Head of the IP Group for CBS; Kevan Choset, Legal Counsel for Spotify; Julian Petty, partner at Nixon Peabody; Bradley Silver, Assistant General Counsel & Chief Copyright Counsel for Time Warner; and Bryan Tallevi, Senior Counsel & Executive Director for NBC Universal. Specific issues to be discussed include protecting intellectual property in digital distribution deals, piracy, challenges in creating live content, and predictions about where the industry is headed and what the industry’s future means for lawyers.
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