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Entertainment Law: Theory meets practice seminar series 2013

8 February 2013

Following our successful seminars in semester one, featuring speakers from the Inspiral Carpets, British Board of Film Classification, and Sony, we are delighted to announce the following seminars for semester two. 

Legitimacy and globalised law in Dr Who

A joint seminar with Literature and Culture

Speaker: Professor Danny Nichol, School of Law, University of Westminster
Date: 6 February 2013
Time: 4 - 5:15pm
Location: 106, 32-38 Wells Street, London W1T 3UW

All welcome. RSVP: Chris Daley, [email protected] ;

I fought the (fashion) law: F.C.U.K vs C.N.U.T

Speaker: Dave Griffiths, CEO King Cnut Clothing
Date: 12 February 2013
Time: 4 - 5:30pm
Location: 2.05a, 4-12 Little Titchfield Street, London W1W 7UW

All welcome. Dave Griffiths was a professional comedian, who owns the t-short company King Cnut, with the tagline of 'fashion for the fearless'. He achieved infamy wearing one of his infamous t-shorts during his stand up performances and alerted the attention of French Connection. This seminar tells the story of the ensuing battle.

Celebrity right to their own image - a civil law perspective

Speaker: Professor Christian Armbrüster, Freie Universität, Berlin
Date: 26 February 2013
Time: 10am - 12pm
Location: 2.04, Riding House Street, entrance through 4-15 Little Titchfield Street, London W1W 7UW

All welcome, please RSVP Chris Ellins, [email protected]
Christian is an Erasmus scholar at Univeristy of Westminster

Contemporary issues in sports broadcasting

Speaker: Daniel Geey, soliciter, Field Fisher Waterhouse and editor of 'On The Ball'
Date: 5 March 2013
Time: 5 - 6:30pm
Location: 2.05a, 4-12 Little Titchfield Street, London W1W 7UW

All welcome. Daniel is an associate in Field Fisher Waterhouse LLP's Competition and EU Regulatory Lw Group and regularly provides comment and analysis for Sky Sports, the BBC, CNN and The Independent amongst others.

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