“2021 CCC Holiday Party & Apollo Awards”

    • December 7, 2021
    150 150 The California Copyright Conference

    Date(s) -


    6:30 pm - 9:30 pm

    Catalina Jazz Club


    The CCC plans its return to live events with the annual CCC Holiday Party & Apollo Awards! Please join us at the Catalina Jazz Club on December 7th to honor this year’s Apollo Award Recipients, Jacqueline Charlesworth, founder and principal of Charlesworth Law, and Vickie Nauman, founder and CEO of CrossBorderWorks. Learn more about these outstanding music copyright advocates below!

    In addition to the Apollo Awards, we will have our annual silent auction event to raise money for the CCC’s John Braheny Scholarship Award (please consider donating an item or two). You may contact us to inquire about advertising, donating auction items, or to discuss other sponsorship opportunities. This is going to be an amazing evening you will not want to miss!



    Per L.A. County guidelines, proof of vaccination and masks are required for entry.

    The Catalina Jazz Club has a wonderful outdoor patio area for those that are interested in joining us in a safe, outdoor environment. All event presentations, silent auction announcements, and dinner service will take place inside the venue.


    Tuesday, December 7th, 2021

    6:30 PM Cocktail Hour ▪ 7:30 PM Dinner

    Catalina Jazz Club

    6725 Sunset Blvd., Hollywood, CA 90028

    $7 Parking Garage & Street Parking


    2021 Apollo Award Recipients

    Jacqueline Charlesworth, Esq. — Founder & Principal | Charlesworth Law

    Vickie Nauman — Founder & CEO | CrossBorderWorks


    Advance Reservation

    CCC Members $55 per person | Non-members $70 per person

    Walk-Up Dinner (pay at the door, no prior RSVP):

    CCC Members $60 per person | Non-members $75 per person

    Students: $50 per person — must show College ID at the door [contact us]

    – No refunds –



    Pecan Salad

    Mixed greens, caramelized pecans, goat cheese tossed in a cherry vinaigrette dressing


    Your Choice of Entrée: 

    Cajun Catfish

    Filet of catfish sautéed and blackened, served with mashed potatoes, assorted vegetables and two-color salsa

    Chicken Piccata

    Chicken breast sautéed with olive oil, garlic, and white wine, served with mashed potatoes and assorted vegetables

    Butternut Squash Ravioli

    Butternut squash raviolis served with brown butter and fresh sage (vegetarian)

    Vegetable Stir Fry

    Stir fry vegetables tossed with hoisin sauce and serve with jasmine rice (gluten-free & vegan)



    Chef’s Choice


    Please make your dinner reservation BELOW by 12pm on Tuesday, December 7, 2021.

    Walk-up guests are welcome, but may not be served their first choice of meal. We accept cash, check, or credit card payment at the door. Reserve your meal with PayPal or credit card (PayPal account not required).


    This event is sponsored by




    Jacqueline Charlesworth, Esq. — Founder & Principal | Charlesworth Law

    Jacqueline C. Charlesworth, the founder and principal of Charlesworth Law, is a litigator and transactional attorney whose practice is focused on entertainment and copyright law. Her firm’s clients include music companies and film studios, as well as individual songwriters, recording artists and other creators.

    Previously, Jacqueline served as General Counsel and Associate Register of Copyrights of the U.S. Copyright Office, where she had primary responsibility for interpretation of the U.S. Copyright Act and oversaw a wide range of litigation and policy matters, including the Office’s participation in Supreme Court cases.

    In addition to handling litigation and transactional matters, drawing on her government experience, Jacqueline advises clients on copyright-related legislative and regulatory issues. In 2018, Jacqueline was named a Billboard Woman Executive of the Year for her role in helping to craft and secure passage of the Music Modernization Act, landmark legislation to update U.S. music licensing rules.

    Jacqueline has lectured extensively on music and copyright law, including at Yale, Harvard, Columbia and other law schools, and serves as a trustee of the Los Angeles Copyright Society.

    Jacqueline received a B.A. with honors in American Civilization from Brown University, magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa, and a J.D. from Yale Law School. At Yale, she oversaw the The Yale Law Journal as an Executive Committee Editor and was a founding member of the Yale Journal of Law & Feminism. Following law school, she clerked for Judge Miriam Goldman Cedarbaum of the Southern District of New York and Judge Betty B. Fletcher of the Ninth Circuit.


    Vickie Nauman — Founder & CEO | CrossBorderWorks

    Vickie Nauman has deep experience in the intersection of music and technology, focusing her business on rights and licensing, products and experiences, and strategic business development.  She is Founder and CEO of the boutique consulting and advisory firm CrossBorderWorks and has a portfolio of forward-thinking companies from large enterprise to early stage startups.   Nauman’s work spans music legislation, thought leadership, the entire stack of music technology, product management, music finance, partnerships, and being a subject matter expert, giving her a unique perspective on the ever-changing global landscape.

    A digital music pioneer, Nauman worked on licensing and product for one of the first legal digital services MusicNet (RealNetworks JV) in 2001, led strategic partnerships for connected device manufacturer Sonos (leading wireless music system), started and ran the US business for global music platform 7digital, and did digital business in Europe and China as a consultant. In addition, she built one of the first DMCA-compliant services at taste-making station KEXP in Seattle. Prior to 2001, she ran marketing programs and produced live broadcasts in traditional radio in the NPR network and started out at Procter & Gamble.

    Nauman has a broad network and experience in Europe, China, and US, and earned a 2006 MBA through the London School of Economics, NYU-Stern, and HEC-Paris, in the executive program TRIUM.   Her community work includes serving on UCLA’s Music Innovation Program Advisory Board, mentor at the Rattle, and advisor to SXSW Music Panels.  Current client list is available on LinkedIn


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