In today’s economy, lawyers in the copyright and content industries are assuming more non-traditional legal roles and wearing multiple hats. The lines we once knew are blurring. Can lawyers ethically provide both legal and business services? When, where and how can the “practice” and the “business” of law connect?
12:00 - 2:00 PM
The Princeton Club
15 West 43rd Street
New York, New York 10036
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In today’s economy, lawyers in the copyright and content
industries are assuming more non-traditional legal roles and wearing
multiple hats. The lines we once knew are blurring. Can lawyers
ethically provide both legal and business services? When, where and how
can the "practice” and the "business” of law connect? Join us as ethics
expert Pery Krinsky explores real world examples and interactive hypotheticals
to address practical topics in copyright practice, such as potential conflicts
in representing more than one co-author in negotiating and drafting a
co-authorship agreement; and taking a percentage of ownership or royalties in a
client’s copyright in lieu of full payment.
Pery D. Krinsky
- Principal Krinsky PLLC - is in private practice in New York City, having first worked with Michael Ross for more than a decade. Pery's ethics-based defense litigation
practice focuses on: attorney ethics matters, representing judges before the
Commission on Judicial Conduct, criminal defense matters, art law ethics &
litigation matters, and representing law school
students before the Committees on Character & Fitness. Pery serves as the Chair of the Ethics
Committee of the Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section of the N.Y. State
Bar Association. Pery also serves as
Chair of the Committee on Professional Discipline of the N.Y. County Lawyers' Association.
Time: 12:00 p.m.-12:30 p.m. Networking Reception (cash bar)
p.m.-1:00 p.m. Lunch
p.m. Program (Please note: event will end promptly)
Cost: Early Bird - $70.00 (Members) $85.00 (Nonmembers) $33.00 (Students - Limited; please email requests to email@example.com)
CLE: The Copyright Society of the USA is a NY CLE Approved Provider. This course is Transitional and
Nontransitional, and provides 1.0 ETHICS Credit
(based on 50 minutes).
December 5, 2013
Online or send:
The Copyright Society
of the USA
1 East 53rd
Street Floor 8
New York NY10022
F: 212 354-6401