“Music in the Courts”

    • June 8, 2021
    150 150 The California Copyright Conference

    Date(s) -


    2:30 pm - 3:30 pm



    Mr. Freundlich will lead an expert panel to discuss the latest issues affecting the music industry that have been decided in the Courts. The panel will dive into the background of these cases, how they were litigated, and the implications of the decisions on future business. Attention will also be paid to cases currently pending and what those cases portend for the future of the music industry.

    Tuesday, June 8th, 2021

    2:30 PM PDT – 3:30 PM PSDT 



    Kenneth D. Freundlich | Attorney at Law, Freundlich Law



    Michael Kaiser | Partner, Freundlich Law

    Emily F. Evitt | Partner, Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp LLP


    Advance Registration
    CCC Members $0 per person | Non-members $5 per person

    The registration deadline for this webinar is Tuesday, June 8th at 1:30pm PDT.

    *** Please note, Zoom webinar links for this webinar will be emailed to you one week prior to the webinar, or Monday, June 7th, or Tuesday, June 8th at 1:30pm depending upon when you register.


    Register for this webinar below! 


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    Kenneth D. Freundlich | Attorney at Law, Freundlich Law

    In his 35 years of practice, Ken has primarily focused on resolving complex business, entertainment, and IP disputes and is renowned for representing individuals and companies with his pragmatic aggressiveness, relatability, business acumen, and ability to handle everything from everyday business disputes to complex, ground-breaking cases.

    Ken is a seasoned litigator and trial counsel licensed to practice in the state and federal courts of New York and California (among other courts) and has had notable successes in trials, arbitrations, and administrative proceedings  in various settings ranging from California Labor Commission proceedings, to IFTA, Guild, and AAA/JAMS arbitrations, to Copyright Rate Court proceedings, to trial and appellate courts (including the United States Supreme Court). Ken is a well-known participant and moderator in panels concerning entertainment law issues.

    Ken’s experience also includes a stint as the Executive Vice President of Atomic Pop, LLC, an early 2000’s internet-based record company (way ahead of its time) that sought to provide a platform to distribute entertainment content through digital media. At Atomic Pop, Ken was part of the company’s leadership team, navigating through complicated new media legal and business issues, acquisitions, strategic and financial planning, syndication, joint ventures and due diligence management.

    A proud graduate of UCLA’s joint JD/MBA program, Ken is one of the few litigators who does not shy away from the quantitative or business side of cases. Whether it is grilling the opposing party’s experts about complex royalty statements, unraveling a party’s intricate corporate structures and related corporate issues, or negotiating and drafting an agreement to resolve a dispute or pave a way forward in business to maximize a client’s bottom line, Ken’s varied education and experience give him a bespoke set of skills with which to serve his clients.


    Attention Attorneys: This virtual activity has been approved for Minimum Continuing Legal Education Credit by the State Bar of California in the amount of one (1) hour. The CCC certifies that this activity conforms to the standards for approved education activities prescribed by the rules and regulations of the State Bar of California governing minimum continuing legal education. Attorneys who wish to register for MCLE Credit must include their State Bar number with their reservation. Following this virtual webinar, we will verify your attendance via Zoom reporting and email your certificate of attendance to the email provided at registration. 


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    • Please note, Zoom webinar links for this webinar will be emailed to you one week prior to the webinar, or Monday, June 7th, or Tuesday, June 8th at 1:30pm depending upon when you register.


    Bookings are closed for this event.