“The China and Hollywood: Distribution and Censorship in a Cross-Pacific Partnership” conference runs from 1 pm until 7 pm, January 19, in Los Angeles.
China Law Blog‘s Beijing-based entertainment attorney, Mathew Alderson, will be speaking on a panel at Southwestern Law School in Los Angeles on January 19. The panel is entitled “China and Hollywood: Distribution and Censorship in a Cross-Pacific Partnership.”
Mathew’s panel will focus on how to work within China’s legal system on new productions and on how to deal with the unique challenges China presents when doing productions there. The event will be moderated by Covington’s Nicholas Francescon. The other panelists will be J. Martin Willhite, General Counsel and COO of Legendary Pictures, and Sheri Jeffrey from Hogan Lovells. The conference is presented by the Biederman Entertainment and Media Law Institute and the Media Law Resource Centre.
If you are interested in China media and entertainment law or media and entertainment law generally (particularly IP law), you should go. The conference runs from 1 pm until 7 pm, with the post-event reception scheduled to last until 8 p.m. Go to this link to register.
— A version of this article originally appeared on China Law Blog.