Entertainment Law Update Podcast Episode 7: Problem Exists between keyboard and chair

podcast-logoDue to an unexpected “error between keyboard and chair“, the recording of Episode 7 cannot be published. For those interested, however, the show notes for what would have been our December 2009 episode are here.

SHOW NOTES

Entertainment Law Update podcast episode 7

First, a word about Google Scholar http://scholar.google.com This service from google offers a wealth of legal research tools for folks interested in the law. Case law from state and federal courts is online, and a rudimentary “how it’s cited” feature gives a good sense of whether a case is ‘good law’. Not a substitute for ‘True’ legal research tools, but a great starting point, if you don’t want to incur charges. I use it to get started on things for clients, and in preparing for this podcast. SCHOLAR.GOOGLE.COM

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Introducing the Entertainment Law Update Podcast

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Launching April 20th

Entertainment Law Update is an audio podcast featuring Entertainment attorneys Gordon P. Firemark and Tamera Bennett.

Every month, our hosts and guests will survey the legal landscape of the entertainment industry, discussing the top cases and news stories of interest to lawyers and entertainment business professionals.

Each episode will feature a news roundup, discussionof recent case law, and an in-depth discussion on a legal issue, or other practical topic of interest to our listeners.
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Attorneys who listen can opt into receiving continuing legal education credit*, and the programs will be of interest to all entertainment and media professionals.
Producer and host, Gordon Firemark says “We’re really hoping this will be a dialogue with our audience. Listener feedback is more than just welcome, we’re counting on it. Our colleagues in the legal profession are encouraged to submit topic ideas, and we hope to select guests to join us from those who submit ideas.”

Listeners can find (and listen to) the podcast at https://entertainmentlawupdate.com
or can subscribe using the iTunes store* or the handy links on the website.

*(pending approval by applicable bar associations)

**(available soon)