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Saturday, March 19 • 12:30pm - 1:30pm
CLE 6: Hot Policy That Could Change Our Legal Lives

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Legislation and policy making in DC reverberates through the music business at every level. From copyright reversions to net neutrality, current debates and imminent decisions will affect the music business and creative communities for years and perhaps generations to come. Policy making observers and participants will review hot policy topics and their potential impact on the music industry.

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Ken Abdo

AttyLommen Abdo Cole King & Stageberg PAKen Abdo is Chair of Lommen Abdo Law Firm’s Entertainment Law Department which has served as legal counsel to music, film, TV, theatre, literary publishing and media artists for 30 years. Clients include multiple Grammy® award recipients... Read More →
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Daryl Friedman

Chief Advocacy & Industry Rel OfficerThe Recording AcademyDaryl P. Friedman is Chief Advocacy & Industry Relations Officer for The Recording Academy (The GRAMMY organization). Called “the D.C. chief for music’s creative community” by Daily Variety, Friedman serves as the Washington... Read More →

Edward Lazarus

Chief of StaffFederal Communications Commission
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Jay Rosenthal

SVP & General CounselNational Music Publishers' Association

Saturday March 19, 2011 12:30pm - 1:30pm CDT
Austin Convention Center, Room 9ABC

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