LES Seattle Chapter presents:
Music Industry: Sync Licensing/Commercial Video Production and IP
The use of music in advertising, TV, film and video games is gated by the acquisition of music sync licenses. Come and learn about the vibrant commercial ecosystem that exists around this licensing framework.
NOTE: Space is limited, so please, pre-register to secure your place!
CLE Credit pending.
Tuesday, December 10, 2019
11:30 am - 1:00 pm Pacific
(presentation: 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm)
Light lunch provided
Shook, Hardy and Bacon
701 Fifth Avenue Suite 6800
Seattle, Washington 98104
|Before November 10, 2019
LES Members: $20
|November 10th and Onsite
LES Members: $30
Cestjon McFarland, General Counsel/Head of Business Affairs for SyncFloor
Cestjon practiced law at Preston Gates & Ellis, LLP (now K&L Gates) from 1988 until 2006. She was a founding member of the firm's technology and intellectual property practice group and served as chair of the group from 1999 to 2001. Cestjon left Preston Gates & Ellis in 2006 to become a solo practitioner. In 2017, Cestjon co-founded SyncFloor with former Microsoft client, Kirt Debique. SyncFloor is a marketplace of commercial music to be used in advertisements, film, TV, video games and more.
The Seattle LES Chapter thanks the law firm of Shook, Hardy & Bacon and its managing partner, Bart Eppenauer, for generously hosting this presentation. Check out https://www.shb.com/locations/seattle for more details.
The Seattle chapter uses online registration for members and non-members and accepts payment by credit card. Members should login to the registration page with their LES online account.
A $5.00 cancellation fee is applied to all refunds. Cancellations are non-refundable after December 10th. Substitutions will be accepted. Contact LES at (703) 234-4058 for assistance.
Requests for ADA accommodations and special dietary needs should be submitted to the event contact listed at the top of the page.
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