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Women in Film
Hollywood On Trial: The Untold Story of Female Attorneys in Film & TVJoin Elizabeth Weitzman for a fascinating and engaging exploration about the ways female attorneys have been depicted onscreen over the last 100 years. In a presentation filled with lots of film and TV clips from different eras, Weitzman offers a great way to understand Hollywood's shifting views on women overall
Cardozo-Online EventPrograms and Centers Open to public 06:30 PM - 08:00 PM
TikTok: The Clock’s Ticking on the App That's Changing the Music Industry
Please join Cardozo School of Law's Entertainment Law Society and FAME Center in welcoming music industry lawyers on both the artist and label sides, as well as copyright and privacy law professors to discuss the impacts of the popularization of TikTok on artist development, music licensing, and copyright law. In talking about the ripple effects of the international success of the app, we will discuss American corporation Oracle's potential new stake in the company (and how the app has likely avoided being banned in the US) and what it means for the music business as a whole. There will be a Question & Answer Segment following the panel discussion.PANELISTS:Kristelia Garcia - Associate Professor at The University of Colorado Law SchoolJeff Becker - Partner at Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLPGreg Norman - Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs at Sony Music EntertainmentFelix Wu - Professor of Law at The Benjamin N. Cardozo School of LawWednesday, October 21, 20206:30pm-7:30pm ESTZoom Link to be DistributedThis online event is approved for 1.0 transitional/non-transitional New York State CLE credit in the category “Areas of Professional Practice.” You must attend the “live” program in order to receive CLE credits. We cannot award CLE credits for watching a recorded version of this program.