For those who follow Entertainment Law, there’s a full docket of events or sessions. These are duly noted on our Event Calendar tab (see above), as well as described more fully as follows. For general info about the site’s event listings, see this post’s end. This week:
On Wednesday, the Beverly Hills Bar Association will host a seminar on “Child Actors – What’s All the Fuss? A Look at the current state of Laws and Regulations.” This session will cover latest developments and interpretations of statutes and practices that govern the unique aspects of employing children in the film and television industry; besides hearing topical experts on an intriguing panel, participants also may earn 1.5CLE credit hours.
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