1 November 7 11, 2012 The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, Mexico 12 CLE Hours including 1 Ethics Hour, 1 Professionalism Hour, and 3 Trial Practice Hours Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia 24TH ANNUAL NORTH AMERICAN ENTERTAINMENT, SPORTS, AND INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY LAW CONFERENCE PROGRAM CO-SPONSORS Florida, Georgia and New York Entertainment & Sports Law Sections Georgia Bar Intellectual Property Law Section SOCIAL SPONSORS BMI City National Bank Finnegan Akerman Senterfit Deloitte King & Spalding Lexis Nexis Greenberg Traurig Lumen Legal Melt Atlanta Sylint
2 Thursday, November 8 7:00 Registration (All attendees must check in upon arrival) 7:45 OPENING REMARKS Darryl B. Cohen, Executive Committee Chair; Cohen, Cooper, Estep & Allen, LLC, Scott L. Keniley, Educational Chair, Keniley Kumar, LLC, Philip H. Burrus, IV, IP Section Chair, Burrus Intellectual Property Law Group, LLC, 8:00 Plenary Session The Ethical Attorney Hon. Carol W. Hunstein, Chief Justice, Supreme Court of Georgia, Hon. J. Stephen Schuster, Judge, Superior Court, Cobb Circuit, Marietta, GA Gene Chapman, Cohen, Cooper, Estep & Allen, LLC, Jeffrey Kravitz, Fox Rothchild LLP, Los Angeles, CA Ken Abdo, Lommen, Abdo, Cole, King & Stageberg P.A., Minneapolis, MN 9:00 Break 9:05 financing ENTERTAINMENT AND IP PROJECTS David Innes, Entertainment Division, CNB, 9:20 Breakout sessions Social Media AND ITS INTERPLAY WITH PERSONAL AND ip RIGHTS Margaret Marshall, Greenberg Traurig LLP, E. Alan Arnold, Assistant General Counsel, Delta Air Lines, Inc., Daliah Saper, Saper Law Offices, LLC, Chicago, IL Stephen G. Weizenecker; Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP, Elizabeth Wheeler, The Moore Law Firm, RELATIONSHIPS IN TRANSITION: ARTISTS V. LABELS Michael Olsen, President, Entertainment One, Nashville, TN Orville Almon, Almon Law, PLLC, Nashville, TN Michael Koch, CEO, Entertainment One, U.S, New York, NY Henry W. Root, Lapidus, Root & Sacharow, LLP, Santa Monica, CA Don Perry, Greenberg Traurig LLP, PATENT DESIGN PATENTS REVISITED CRAFTING, PROSECUTING AND LITIGATING DESIGN PATENTS AFTER EGYPTIAN GODDESS Art Gardner, Gardner Groff Greenwald & Villenueva PC, 10:20 Break 10:30 Breakout sessions LAWYERS in the MEDIA SAVING FACE Darryl B. Cohen, Executive Committee Chair; Cohen, Cooper, Estep & Allen, LLC, Rebecca Crumrine, Hedgepeth, Heredia, Crumrine & Morrison, LLC, Michael Grieco, The Grieco Law Center, Randall M. Kessler, Kessler & Solomiany, Van Pearlberg, Deputy Chief, Assistant District Attorney, Cobb County, GA EMERGENT LEGAL ISSUES IN LITERARY PUBLISHING Lisa Moore, The Moore Law Firm, Carolyn Herman, Law Office of Carolyn Herman; Assoc. Professor, Florida Coastal School of Law, Jacksonville, FL Sue B. Kalman, Director of Business & Legal Affairs, The FJH Music Company Inc., Fort Lauderdale, FL Thomas Leavens, Leavens, Strand & Glover, LLC, Chicago, IL Robert Stein, Pryor, Cashman, Sherman & Flynn, New York, NY content/ip LICENSING TO DIGITAL VENTURES Scott L. Keniley, Educational Chair, Keniley Kumar, LLC, Brannon Anthony, Sr. Counsel, Turner Broadcasting Inc., Doug Colton, Colton Entertainment, nashville, TN Jason Pascal, Vice President of Licensing & Associate General Counsel / Assistant Corporate Secretary, The Orchard Enterprises, Inc., New York, NY Griff Morris, Chief Content Officer, North America, X5 MUSIC GROUP, Gabe Fleet, Greenberg Traurig LLP, 11:35 BREAK 11:40 Breakout sessions GLOBAL MUSIC DEVELOPMENTS: PIRACY, DATA, AND DEALS Jay Rosenthal, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, National Music Publishers Association, Washington, DC Tahir Basheer, Sheridans, London, UK Luis C. Schmidt, Olivares & Cía., Mexico City, Mexico Claudia Ho, Sichuan, Tian, Run, Hua and Bang Law Firm, Chengdu, China PATENT DISPUTE RESOLUTION (LITIGATION AND ACTIONS IN THE USPTO) AFTER THE AMERICA invents ACT John Harbin, King and Spalding, Jack Todd, Todd Partners, PC, George Medlock, Alston & Bird LLP, Chad Pannell, Kilpatrick Townsend, A. Shane Nichols, Alston & Bird, LLP, 12:45 NEWER ATTORNEYS ROUND TABLE (OPEN FORUM) FACILITATED BY: Brenton E. Hund, Counsel, Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., Vinny Kumar, Keniley Kumar, LLC, Johnna A. Lee, Cohen, Cooper, Estep & Allen, LLC, 1:30 Recess Friday, November 9 8:00 Plenary Session trademark CASE LAW UPDATE Mark D. Passler, Akerman Senterfitt, West Palm Beach, FL Gregory L. Curtner, Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone, P.L.L.C., Auma N. Reggy, Arnall, Golden Gregory LLP, John Hudson, Senior Manager- Intellectual Property, Deloitte Financial Advisory Services LLP,
3 9:05 Entertainment LAW 2012 and BEYOND Joel Katz, Greenberg Traurig LLP, 9:20 Breakout sessions ADVANCED INDIE DEAL & REVENUE OPPORTUNITIES Peter Strand, Leavens, Strand & Glover, LLC, Chicago, IL Joe Arrington II, J. Arrington, II LLC, Alan Clarke, The Entertainment Law Group/Alan S. Clarke & Associates, Alan Jacobi, Pyramid Records, Chip Petree, GM Copyright Exchange & Petree Law, nashville, TN Cassandra Willard, Franklin & Willard, Orlando, FL FINANCIAL STRUCTURING, DISTRIBUTION AND ECONOMIC REALITIES AND TRENDS IN THE FILM BIZ Kirk T. Schroder, Schroder Fidlow PLC, Richmond, VA Peter J Dekom, Of Counsel, Weissmann, Wolff, Bergman, Coleman, Grodin and Evall, Beverly Hills, CA Lawrence Haber, Attorney at Law, orlando, FL Richard Rappaport, Attorney at Law, Boca Raton, FL Justin B. Wineburgh, Cozen O Connor, Philadelphia, PA Patent Prosecution after the America Invents Act Chris Curfman, McKeon Munier, Dan Santos, Smith Risley Temple Santos LLC, Brent Bellows, Knowles Intellectual Property Strategies, Rich Miller, Ballard Spahr, Griff Griffin, Sutherland, 10:20 Break 10:30 Breakout sessions CELEBRITY REPRESENTATION ISSUES: KEEP IT QUIET Suzette Toledano, Toledano Entertainment and Arts Law, New Orleans Lawrence Cooper, Cohen, Cooper, Estep & Allen, LLC, Richard Nolen, Boyd Collar Nolen & Tuggle, LLC, Joseph A. Rosen, Joseph H. Rosen, Attorney at Law, PC, Atlanta, GA Howard Wiener, Nixon Peabody LLP, Palm Beach Gardens, FL MODERN PRODUCER DEALS, NEGOTIATION TACTICS AND OPPORTUNITIES Ivan J. Parron, Parron Law, Robert J. Finan, III, Greenberg Traurig LLP, Vinny Kumar, Keniley Kumar, LLC, Noah McPike, Almon Law, PLLC, nashville, TN Loren S. Wells, Attorney at Law, Chicago, IL THE INTERPLAY BETWEEN A TRADE SECRETS CASE AND E-DISCOVERY Marguerite E. Becky Patrick, IP Educational Chair; Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Lawrence H. Kunin, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Serge Jorgenson, CTO, Sylint Group, Sarasota, FL Chrissie Scelsi, Assistant Legal Counsel, Bohemia Interactive Simulations, Inc., Orlando, FL 11:30 Break 11:40 Breakout sessions THE NEW CHINA DEVELOPING BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES FOR US ENTERTAINMENT AND IP LAWYERS IN CHINA Jim Zumwalt, Shackelford, Zumwalt & Hayes, Nashville, TN Zhan Jiong, Executive Director, Sichuan, Tian, Run, Hua and Bang Law Firm, Chengdu, China Claudia Ho, Sichuan, Tian, Run, Hua and Bang Law Firm, Chengdu, China Xia Yangtian, Sichuan, Tian, Run, Hua and Bang Law Firm, Chengdu, China Long Juan, Sichuan, Tian, Run, Hua and Bang Law Firm, Chengdu, China E-COMMERCE/CONSUMER DATA AND PRIVACY RIGHTS Scott Allen, Morris, Manning & Martin, LLP, Patricia Carlson, Akerman Senterfitt, West Palm Beach, FL Keith Lipscomb, Lipscomb, Eisenberg, & Baker, Hillel I. Parness, Robbins Kaplan, David Teske, Alston & Bird LLP, 12:40 Recess Saturday, November 10 8:00 Plenary Session Copyright/Entertainment Case Law Update Steve Eisenberg, Lipscomb, Eisenberg & Baker, PL, Brenton E. Hund, Counsel Turner Broadcasting System, Inc., Julia D. Greer, Coblentz, Patch, Duffy & Bass LLP, San Francisco, CA Jennifer Jenkins, Professor, Duke University School of Law, Durham, NC 9:05 Plenary Session BMI AND THE PERFORMING RIGHTS NEW FRONTIER 2012 Charlie F. Feldman, VP, Writer- Publisher Relations, BMI, 9:20 Break 9:25 Breakout sessions Television obsession and the law Kimberly D. Kolback, Law Offices of Kimberly D. Kolback, Barry Chase, Law Offices of Barry Oliver Chase, PA, Bernard Gugar, EVP and General Counsel, Harpo, Chicago, IL Sira Veciana-Muiño, Director, Business Affairs at Sony Pictures Television Networks, Ana Salas Siegel, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, Business & Legal Affairs for Fox Latin American Channels as well as Senior Vice President for Fox International Channels (UK), Richard I. Siegmeister, Senior Counsel / Music Attorney, Nickelodeon Networks, New York, NY
4 DISASTER PLANNING & WAR STORIES TALES FROM THE TRENCHES: HOW TO DEAL WITH UNEXPECTED CLIENT CRISES IN YOUR ENTERTAINMENT PRACTICE. Henry W. Root, Lapidus, Root & Sacharow, LLP, Santa Monica, CA Darryl B. Cohen, Executive Committee Chair; Cohen, Cooper, Estep & Allen, LLC, Steven Cron, Cron, Israel and Stark, Santa Monica, CA Edwin F. McPherson, McPherson Rane LLP, Los Angeles, CA Jim Zumwalt, Shackelford, Zumwalt & Hayes, Nashville, TN PATENT INDIRECT INFRINGEMENT Brad Groff, Gardner Groff Greenwald & Villenueva PC, Atlanta, GA Geoffrey K. Gavin, Kilpatrick Townsend, Mike Morin, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner LLP, Washington, DC Don Fancher, Principal and National IP Practice Leader, Atlanta, GA 10:25 Break 10:30 Breakout sessions entertainment WARS IN THE COURTS Richard C. Wolfe, Wolfe Law Miami, PA, John Bradley, The Bradley Legal Group, P.A, Ft. Lauderdale, FL Brian Caplan, Caplan & Ross, Paul V. LiCalsi, Mitchel, Silberberg & Knupp LLP, New York, NY Timothy L. Warnock, Riley Warnock & Jacobson, PLC, Nashville, TN Karl M. Braun, Hall, Booth, Smith & Slover, P.C., Nashville, TN BOUNTY HUNTING AND OTHER INTENTIONAL TORTS IN SPORTS Sylvia A. Krainin, Quintairos, Prieto, Wood & Boyer, P.A., Gregory Bloom, Law Offices of Barry Oliver Chase, PA, Alan K. Fertel, Pathman Lewis LLP, Timothy J. McIlwain, McIlwain & Mullen Law Firm, Hoboken, NJ Chad Warpula, K&L Gates LLP, Charlotte, NC CAFC Judges Panel Virginia Carron, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner LLP, Hon. Kimberly A. Moore, Judge, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Washington, DC Hon. Kathleen M. O Malley, Judge, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Washington, DC Hon. Sharon Prost, Judge, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, Washington, DC Kara Stoll, Finnegan Henderson Farabow Garrett and Dunner LLP, Washingon, DC Lawrence K. Nodine, Ballard Spahr, 11:30 BREAK Three ways to register: check the ICLE schedule on the web at Mail: ICLE P.O. Box 1885 Athens, GA (make check payable to ICLE) Fax: (credit card payment must accompany fax to be processed) Online: iclega.org (credit card payment only) Duplicate registrations may result in multiple charges to your account. A $15 administrative fee will apply to refunds required because of duplicate registrations Institute of Continuing Legal Education in Georgia 11:35 protecting BRANDs/IP ON the INTERNET Jennifer Rabin, Akerman Senterfitt, West Palm Beach, FL Stephen M. Gaffigan, Stephen M. Gaffigan, P.A., Ft. Lauderdale, FL Gustavo Lopez, Vice President Legal and Regional Counsel, Discovery Channel, Latin America/ US Hispanic, Ernesto Luciano, General Counsel, Yahoo! Hispanic Americas, Coral Gables, FL Bradley T. Zimmer, General Counsel, Remark Media, Inc., 12:35 ADJourn You must also complete the Travel Package Registration Form to register for this conference Questions? Call ICLE Atlanta Area: Athens Area: Toll Free: North American Entertainment, Sports & intellectual property Law conference November 7 11, NAME GEORGIA BAR # FIRM/COMPANY OFFICE PHONE ( ) (for registration confirmation and notification of seminars, no postcard or brochures will be sent) MAILING ADDRESS ZIP STREET ADDRESS (for UPS) ZIP CITY STATE q I have enclosed a check for the early registration fee. q I authorize ICLE to charge the early registration fee to my: q MASTERCARD q VISA q AMERICAN EXPRESS* q I am unable to attend. Please send CD of written materials written materials and bill me for the cost of materials only. Sorry, no phone orders! q I am sight impaired under the ADA, and I will contact ICLE immediately to make arrangements. Account # / SEMINAR REGISTRATION FEE Early Registration: $395 After October 1: $445 Credit Card Verification Number: A three-digit number usually located on the back of your credit card; *AmEx is four-digits on the front of the card.
5 24th Annual North American Entertainment, Sports and IP Law Conference The Ritz-Carlton, Cancun, Mexico November 7 11, 2012 November 7 th Welcome with a cocktail reception (beer and margaritas) November 7 th 11 th 50% discount on fitness center fee (including wet areas) between November 10 th Sponsored cocktail reception & dinner Four nights in the luxurious Ritz Carlton, Cancun includes taxes, bellman service and room housekeeping Transfers to and from Cancun International Airport Guides will be waiting and holding signs (NAELAW/IP Conference) A most welcome cocktail upon arrival 50% discount on internet access in guest rooms 2% discount on Spa treatments at the blissful Kayanta Spa. Spectacular off-site dinner for the entire group Commemorative conference t-shirt Information for off-site tours and fantastic excursions will be available pre and post hotel arrival. We have discounted airfares to Cancun on Delta, American and United Airlines when you book your air travel through Georgia International Travel. Please note you can also use your American Express Rewards Points to cover your airfare only through the Pay with Points program (requires qualifying AX cards). Note: When booking online or with another travel source, most of the negotiated resort inclusions, airport transfers, the off site extravaganza, welcome reception, complimentary internet access, spa and fitness center discounts and final dinner will not be included.
6 Registration form for Travel package The 24 TH Annual North American Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property Law Conference November 7 11, 2012 Ritz-Carlton Cancun, Mexico Important: Your Name exactly as it appears on your passport is now mandatory for issuing airline tickets, also required is each passenger s date of birth. Attendee first and last name: Guest first and last Name: Name badge names if different from legal name attendee: guest: Firm Name: Mailing address business or home (credit card billing address is required below) Street: City: State: Zip Code: Phone: Fax: (only In lieu of address) Land only package: Pricing for land package only: Does not include the ICLE conference registration or airfare Pricing: Payment received Payment received by August 7 AFTER August 7 Single occupancy, one person in one room: Ocean View Room $1137 $1212 Ocean Front Room $1273* $1348 Double occupancy, two people sharing one room: Ocean View Room $1303 $1378 Ocean Front Room $1439 $1514 Travel Package Only You also must complete the ICLE Registration Form to register for this conference CANCELLATION POLICY: For meetings and incentives vendors must be paid in full 45 days in advance. Consequently, there will be NO RE- FUND ON CANCELLATIONS RECEIVED AFTER September 15th. Cancellations received prior to September 15th will be subject to a $100 administrative fee. All cancellations must be submitted in writing to Georgia International Travel and the package is non-transferable. *Very limited availability on Ocean Front Rooms, first come, first served. The group rate of $215 per night single/double for an Ocean Front Room and $270 per night single/double for an Ocean Front Room applies for period commencing 3 days prior to the conference and 3 days post conference. Note: When booking a group it is mandatory to prepay bell man and housekeeping charges. Airfare booked with Georgia International Travel must be paid by credit card at time of booking Note: Travel insurance including cancellation coverage is available on the Georgia International Travel website. com/travelresources.html move to the bottom of the page and click on travel insurance. This will take you to the web site for Travel Guard. Click on compare product and enter info requested travel is to Mexico and enter the applicable dates and your age. The price depends on the coverage you select, your age and the cost of the trip. Coverage only applies if plan is purchased within 15 days of making payment for the travel package A $750 fee will be charged to anyone not booking the travel package with Georgia International Travel wishing to attend the social and networking functions. I am not booking with Georgia International Travel. I will attend the social events with Guests. I have included $ Social Fee. Total package amount: $ Credit card type, number and expiration date: Name as it appears on the card: (In lieu of signature) By sending this I acknowledge I have read all of the information on the brochure including the cancellation policy and authorize Georgia International Travel to charge my card in the amount indicated above and accept this form in lieu of my signature. Billing address (for the card if different from the mailing address): For check payment: send the travel package price only to Georgia International Travel, 6285 Barfield Road, Suite 150, Atlanta, Georgia with check made payable to Georgia International Travel. (A confirmation/invoice will be ed to you [airline e-tickets ed separately]). Any questions about the travel package, please contact Pat Pritchard, Georgia International Travel, or or Darryl Cohen at ext. 4 or Questions regarding seminar content or CLE credit please contact Scarlett Smith, Institute of Continuing Legal Education, ,