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Posted by: Chelsea Bennett on Jan 15, 2019
We invite you to join a distinguished group of speakers on May 15 for an afternoon discussion of some of the most cutting-edge legal issues in the music and sports industries today. The panels have been carefully crafted to provide timely and practical information that will benefit practitioners of all levels, showcasing a wide array of areas, including an in-depth discussion of the practical impact of new music legislation, legal issues related to live music and merchandising, sports gambling topics, and attorney well-being. Online materials will be used for this program and will be sent out prior to the program day. Peruse the agenda, read the session descriptions and reserve your spot by clicking here.
 
End Your Day the Perfect Way – Attend the Forum Reception!
Immediately following the program, attendees are encouraged to come mingle and interact with other attendees, speakers and TBA executive council section members in a relaxed and casual environment at Chago's Cantina, a short 7-minute walk from Belmont University College of Law. 
 
The program will feature presentations from sports journalist Clay Travis, Kent Marcus of Marcus & Colvin, LLP, Daniel Werly of Sievert Werly LLC, John Beiter of Beiter Law Firm, PLLC, Reid Waltz of SESAC, Candice Reed of Latitude, Page Kelley of Milom Horsnell Crow Kelley Beckett Shehan PLC, Brian McEntee of CID Entertainment, Rep. Rick Staples of Tennessee State House of Representatives, Daniel Kustelski of Chalkline Sports, Sara Anderson of Mark Edward Parners, Jennifer Turnbow of Nashville Songwriters Association International, Ed Leonard of Daywind Music Group and Scott Ward of Orrick Herrington & Sutcliffe LLC.
 
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