Week One

Monday 2nd July 2018

10 - 11.30am  Introduction to the course
(Ian Penman)

10.30 - 11.30am  Copyright Law: Lecture 1                                  (Ian Penman) 

[Coffee Break]

11.45 - 1pm  Copyright Law: Group Session 1                             (Ian Penman)

1 - 2pm: Lunch

2 - 3pm  Film & TV: Lecture 1 - The business affairs of the film and TV industries - Development                                                      (Peter Dally)

[Coffee Break]

3.15 - 4.30pm  Film & TV: Group Session 1  - Development           (Peter Dally)

Tuesday 3rd July 2018

10 - 11am  Film & TV:  Lecture 2 - The business affairs of the film and TV industries  - Financing and Security
(Peter Dally)

[Coffee Break]

11.15 - 1pm  Film & TV: Group Session 2 - Financing and Security
(Peter Dally)

1 - 2pm  Lunch

2 - 3pm  Film & TV: Production: Lecture 3
(Peter Dally)

[Coffee Break]

3.15 - 4.30pm  Film & TV: Production - Group Session 3
(Peter Dally)


Wednesday 4th July 2018

10 - 11am  Competition Law & The Media: Lecture 1
(Duncan Gillespie)

[Coffee Break]

11.15 - 1pm  Competition Law and the Media: Lecture 2 - Intellectual Property, managing the interface                       (Duncan Gillespie)

1 - 2pm  Lunch

2 - 3pm Defamation Law: Lecture 1
(Roger Field)

3.15pm - 4.30pm  Defamation Law: Group Session 1                (Roger Field)

Thursday 5th July 2018

10 - 11am  Social Media: Lecture 1                                           (Sarmad Saleh)

[Coffee Break]

11.15 - 1pm  Social Media: Group Session 1                             (Sarmad Saleh)

1 - 2pm: Lunch

2 - 3pm  Music Law: Lecture 1                                                       (Ian Penman)

[Coffee Break]

3.15 - 4.30pm  Music Law: Group Session 1                                (Ian Penman)


Friday 6th July 2018

10 - 11am  Trade Marks and Domain Names: Lecture 1
(Sarmad Saleh)

[Coffee Break]

11.15 - 1pm  Trade Marks and Domain Names: Group Session 1
(Sarmad Saleh)

1 - 2pm  Lunch

2 - 3pm  Digital Rights Licensing: Lecture 1
(Ian Penman)

[Coffee Break]

3.15 - 4.30pm  Digital Rights Licensing: Group Session 1
(Ian Penman)

 

Week Two

Monday 9th July 2018

10 - 11 am  Media Litigation: Group Session 1  - a Comprehensive Overview of litigation in the media industries                    (Sarmad Saleh)

[Coffee Break]

11.15 - 1 pm  Media Litigation: Group Session 2 - a Comprehensive Overview of litigation in the media industries 

(Sarmad Saleh)

1 - 2pm  Lunch

2 - 3pm  Competition Law & The Media: Group Session 1 (Duncan Gillespie)

[Coffee Break]

3.15 - 4.30pm  Copyright Litigation: Group Session 1           (Sarmad Saleh)

Tuesday 10th July 2018

10 - 11am  Digital Media: Lecture 1                                                   (Sarmad Saleh)

[Coffee Break]

11.15 - 1pm  Digital Media: Group Session 1                             (Sarmad Saleh)

1 - 2pm  Lunch

2 - 3pm  Books and Authors: Lecture 1                                   (Roger Field)

[Coffee Break]

3.15 - 4.30pm  Books and Authors: Group Session 1 - Contracts (Roger Field)


Wednesday 11th July 2018

10 - 11am  Magazine Publishing: Lecture 1                                 (Roger Field)

[Coffee Break]

11.15 - 1pm  Magazine Publishing: Group Session 1                (Roger Field)

1 - 2pm: Lunch

2 - 3 pm  Format Rights: Lecture 4
(Peter Dally)

[Coffee Break]

3.15 - 4.30 pm  Format Rights: Group Session 4
(Peter Dally) 

 

Thursday 12th July 2018

10 - 11am  Film & TV: Lecture 5 - Distribution
(Peter Dally)

[Coffee Break]

11.15 - 1pm  Film & TV: Group Session 5 - Distribution
(Peter Dally)

1 - 2pm  Lunch

2 - 3pm  Joint Ownership of Copyright: Lecture 2                (Sarmad Saleh)

[Coffee Break]

3.15 - 4.30pm  Music Law: Lecture 2                                           (Ian Penman)


Friday 13th July 2018

11am - 1pm  Final Exam

1 - 2pm  Lunch

2 - 4.30pm  Closing ceremony including complimentary drinks (alcoholic and non-alcoholic). 

 

 

In addition to the above seminars, lectures and workshops, all delegates will be able to intern at New Media law firm for one week following the program.  This can be undertaken at any point over the following 12 months (dates to be confirmed with New Media Law in each case).

[Please note: New Media Law LLP reserves the right to make changes to the syllabus of the Media Law & Business Affairs course without further notice, including as to the lecturers presenting the course].