NARM And CMA Partner For Nashville Entertainment Law Conference
The Honorable Marybeth Peters, United States Register of Copyrights, To Discuss the Future of Copyright Law.
Marlton, NJ — September 14, 2010:ww.narm.com" target="_blank">NARM, the music business association, announced today that it is partnering with the Country Music Association (CMA) on an installment of NARM’s new Entertainment Law Conference series in Nashville on Tuesday, Nov. 9 (1:00-5:30 PM/CT) at the Hutton Hotel (1808 West End Avenue). The half-day continuing legal education course will be part of scheduled events leading up to “The 44th Annual CMA Awards,” which will be held Wednesday, Nov. 10 (8:00-11:00 PM/ET) at the Bridgestone Arena and broadcast live on the ABC Television Network.
“NARM and CMA have enjoyed a rich history of collaboration through the years on a variety of industry initiatives, and we are really pleased to have them join us for one of our newest endeavors,” said NARM President Jim Donio. “We feel that the level of speaker participation this law series has been known to attract, as well as the long-awaited and historic opportunity to hear first hand about Marybeth Peter’s near-record, 16-year tenure as U.S. Register of Copyrights will help foster greater involvement by the legal and publishing communities during CMA Awards week.”
“The Entertainment Law Conference is an exciting opportunity for CMA and NARM to work together to foster education and understanding of copyright law at a critical time for our industry,” said CMA Chief Executive Officer Steve Moore. “CMA is committed to being a resource for our industry by providing opportunities to explore and discuss important issues.”
For registration details and to receive your CMA Member Early Bird Discount, visit http://musiclaw1109.eventbrite.com/