Advertising Law - September 8, 2011


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Manatt’s Ken Kaufman to Lead Webinar on Intellectual Property

Issues in Entertainment Transactions; FTC Settles First Suit over Mobile Apps; Red Flag: Suit Against NASCAR Alleges TCPA Violations; M’m, m’m Settlement! Of Campbell’s ‘Low Sodium’ Suit; Tobacco Companies Sue over FDA Images on Warning Labels; and NARC to Begin Enforcement of Online Behavioral Advertising


Manatt’s Ken Kaufman to Lead Webinar on Intellectual Property Issues in Entertainment Transactions

On September 21, 2011, Ken Kaufman, a partner in Manatt’s entertainment practice, will participate in a 90-minute webinar discussion highlighting significant intellectual property issues that affect entertainment transactions, with a particular emphasis on agreements for the creation and licensing of content, and mergers and acquisitions in the entertainment arena.

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