Entertainment Law

An introduction to the practice of entertainment law, this course examines selected theories, statutes, and regulations governing principal undertakings, business transactions, and legal relationships in the entertainment industries, including publishing, the theater, television and motion pictures, music, and related fields.

Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Enrollment Prerequisite
Course Frequency*
Course Areas of Practice

Sections

Spring 2017
2017
Course Number Course Credits Evaluation Method Instructor Meeting Day/Times Room

530.01 3 Kip Frey W 1:45-4:30 PM 4172

An introduction to the practice of entertainment law, this course examines selected theories, statutes, and regulations governing principal undertakings, business transactions, and legal relationships in the entertainment industries, including publishing, the theater, television and motion pictures, music, and related fields.

Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Pre/Co-requisites

Intellectual Property is a prerequisite for this course OR Copyright Law AND Trademark Law and Unfair Competition.

Enrollment Restrictions
None
2016
Spring 2016
Course Number Course Credits Evaluation Method Instructor Meeting Day/Times Room

530.01 3 Kip Frey W 1:45-4:30 PM 4172

An introduction to the practice of entertainment law, this course examines selected theories, statutes, and regulations governing principal undertakings, business transactions, and legal relationships in the entertainment industries, including publishing, the theater, television and motion pictures, music, and related fields.


Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Pre/Co-requisites

Copyright Law (Law 322)

Recommended: Intellectual Property (Law 270); Trademark Law and Unfair Competition (Law 393.01)

Enrollment Restrictions
None
2015
Spring 2015
Course Number Course Credits Evaluation Method Instructor Meeting Day/Times Room

530.01 3 David L. Lange W 3:15-6:15 pm Room 3171
An introduction to the practice of entertainment law, this course examines selected theories, statutes, and regulations governing principal undertakings, business transactions, and legal relationships in the entertainment industries, including publishing, the theater, television and motion pictures, music, and related fields.Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Pre/Co-requisites
Copyright Law (Law 322) Recommended: Intellectual Property (Law 270); Trademark Law and Unfair Competition (Law 393.01)
Enrollment Restrictions
None
2014
Spring 2014
Course Number Course Credits Evaluation Method Instructor Meeting Day/Times Room

530.01 3 David L. Lange W 3:00-6:00 pm W 3:00-6:00 pm Room 3171
An introduction to the practice of entertainment law, this course examines selected theories, statutes, and regulations governing principal undertakings, business transactions, and legal relationships in the entertainment industries, including publishing, the theater, television and motion pictures, music, and related fields.Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Pre/Co-requisites
Copyright Law (Law 322) Recommended: Intellectual Property (Law 270); Trademark Law and Unfair Competition (Law 393.01)
Enrollment Restrictions
None
2013
Spring 2013
Course Number Course Credits Evaluation Method Instructor Meeting Day/Times Room

530.01 3 David L. Lange W 3:00-6:00 pm Room 3171
An introduction to the practice of entertainment law, this course examines selected theories, statutes, and regulations governing principal undertakings, business transactions, and legal relationships in the entertainment industries, including publishing, the theater, television and motion pictures, music, and related fields.Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Pre/Co-requisites
Copyright Law (Law 322) Recommended: Intellectual Property (Law 270); Trademark Law and Unfair Competition (Law 393.01)
Enrollment Restrictions
None
2012
Spring 2012
Course Number Course Credits Evaluation Method Instructor Meeting Day/Times Room

530.01 3 David L. Lange W 3-6 pm W 3-6 pm Room 3171
An introduction to the practice of entertainment law, this course examines selected theories, statutes, and regulations governing principal undertakings, business transactions, and legal relationships in the entertainment industries, including publishing, the theater, television and motion pictures, music, and related fields.Please note that course organization and content may vary substantially from semester to semester and descriptions are not necessarily professor specific. Please contact the instructor directly if you have particular course-related questions.

Pre/Co-requisites
Copyright Law (Law 322) Recommended: Intellectual Property (Law 270); Trademark Law and Unfair Competition (Law 393.01)
Enrollment Restrictions
None

*Please note that this information is for planning purposes only, and should not be relied upon for the schedule for a given semester. Faculty leaves and sabbaticals, as well as other curriculum considerations, will sometimes affect when a course may be offered.