Cleveland State University’s Cleveland-Marshall College of Law is partnering with the Entertainment and Sports Law Association and Student Intellectual Property Association to host “Legal Developments in the New Era of Music Production” Tuesday, April 16.
Panelists, including music producers, academics, attorneys and entertainers, will discuss emerging legal developments in the entertainment law industry, most notably in the area of music production.
The event will begin at 4 p.m. in the CSU Cleveland-Marshall College of Law Moot Court Room. The program will cost $10 for those seeking CLE credit but is free for other attendees.
Featured panelists include James Ginsburg, president of Cedille Records a prominent Chicago-based classical music label, Paul Farberman, a former executive with IRS Records and Celine Dion’s Feeling Productions and current president of Paul Farberman Entertainment, Patrice Michaels, a leading classical soprano who has been featured on over two dozen recordings, and John Kellogg, program director of the Music Business Master of Arts Program at Berklee College of Music.