Offered in conjunction by ISDE and University of Miami School of Law, this course is for law students and professionals who are interested in broadening their understanding of the global sports and entertainment industries and provides an understanding of the differences and similarities between the U.S. and the international entertainment and sports law landscapes.
Foreign and domestic legal practitioners. Foreign and domestic enrolled law students
Students enrolled in Miami Law School and ISDE America should contact their respective schools (see contact information below) to discuss enrollment.
Non-lawyers with eligible industry expertise
Study Sports Law & Entertainment Law at two academic leaders in U.S. and International sports law: University of Miami School of Law and ISDE Madrid.
Achieve a complete understanding of the differences and similarities between the U.S. and the international entertainment and sports law landscapes.
Broaden and enhance your professional network in the law sports and entertainment industry.
Sports Law (24 hours length) - This course is structured with experts covering specific topics that arise regularly in international sports law. The overall course will cover regulatory bodies and dispute resolution methods, the more “glamorous” aspects such as intermediaries, transfers and taxation.
The week is organized in such a way that students learn about the governing bodies and dispute resolution methods before delving into the other topics.
Scheduled topics include*:
Introduction to Sports Law, FIFA
TAS / CAS, the relationship between TAS / CAS and FIFA
Liabilities in Sports
Intermediaries and Transfer Negotiation
Taxation in international transfers / contracts
Outside activities include*:
Guided visit to the Real Madrid C.F. Stadium.
Visit to the Prado Museum.
Attendance to the Horse Races.
The Hipódromo de la Zarzuela is a race course on the outskirts of Madrid, Spain. It was designed in the 1930s. The architecture is in a modernist style which has been described as racionalismo madrileño.
Corporate Entertainment and Media Law (12 hours length).
From the point of view of a corporate lawyer and with a focus on the entertainment and media industries, study the process by which a music publishing company and a motion picture library are acquired and consider alternative entities that might be formed to undertake the purchase. Analyze such documents as a Confidentiality Agreement, Letter of Intent, Due Diligence Checklist, Stock Purchase Agreement, and Post ¬Closing Escrow Agreement. This course is for students interested in pursuing a transactional practice, and who wish to gain experience in advising clients, and reading, drafting and negotiating contracts, thereby better preparing themselves to meet the demands of parties actually engaged in commercial deals.
Legal Aspects of Content Production in Latin America (12 hours length).
Oriented to attorneys interested in practicing with either U.S. or foreign TV networks and production companies, participants will gain basic knowledge to understand and develop a practice in Entertainment law oriented to the Latin American market. Forms of contracts and other legal documents will be brought to analysis, including the discussion of generally accepted clauses based on real cases taken from practice and case law. The course will cover the legal steps of the TV business, from the acquisition of rights over an original idea to the final distribution of audiovisual material, with a the analysis of the legal aspects of: Format Licensing; Development and Production; Service Agreements for Directors, actors, talents, writers and composers; Unions and guilds; Right and Clearances; Distribution; Assignment of Rights to Music and scores; and revising contracts for acquisition of digital rights.
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