Media and Entertainment Law
This programme is in two parts – Part 1 provides a crash course on defamation and the use of criminal provisions such as sedition, for those in the media and entertainment industries. Part II deals generally with infringement of copyright and intellectual property in the media and entertainment industry.
- Criminal sanctions
- Can you protect your source?
- Copyright and intellectual property issues for the media
- Intellectual property protections
- Dealing with Regulators
Who Should Attend?
Editors, journalists, artistes, executives of the music, television and recording industry, and media, commercial and entertainment lawyers.
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Learn to plan, carry out, host, and document a due diligence exercise.
Learn how to draft contracts, manage legal risks and enforce legal rights.
Take practical steps when faced with cases of dishonesty, misappropriation, and fraud by using criminal law and working with law enforcement agencies.
A 101 on the Companies Act. How are companies organised and managed.
Gain a better understanding of all key elements of agreements and key issues in documenting joint ventures and shareholder relationships.
A comprehensive guide to the principles and compliance obligations under the Personal Data Protection Act 2010.
A step-by-step guide on the legal aspects of property development law in Malaysia.
Protect yourself in the lead-up and in the course of litigation.
How to protect your artistry; for artistes, members of the music, television, media, recording and entertainment industry.
A must for content creators. Protect your intellectual property creation through various available legal channels.
Be informed and keep up to date with the Competition Act 2010, which came into force in January 2012.
Equip yourself with knowledge and understanding of key aspects of employment law.
Get in touch with the LB Training team now to discuss your organisation’s training needs or arrange for a free consultation session.