Compliance and Constitutional Issues in the Adult Entertainment Industry
About this Program
The adult entertainment industry is a booming business worldwide – about 1 in every 8 websites is pornographic. Additionally, approximately $13.5 billion is spent annually on adult entertainment within the United States. To some, entering into this lucrative (but competitive) market may seem like a good idea in these difficult economic times. Join attorney Peter Glass in this unique CLE course that covers compliance and constitutional issues in the adult entertainment industry. Mr. Glass explains how attorneys can provide guidance to newcomers within the industry and how to avoid common obstacles. He then reviews federal and state laws that directly affect the production and dissemination of pornography over the Internet. In addition, Mr. Glass will cover the industry-standard disease testing requirements for actors and mandatory notices that must be provided to them. Don’t miss this interesting program which provides valuable information to help entrepreneur clients conduct business in this booming industry.
I. Market Overview of the Adult Entertainment Industry
II. Starting Out in Adult Entertainment
III. Adult Entertainment Law (Federal and State)
IV. Opening Doors for Business
I practice in this area (among others) and find the presentation informative, interesting, and most important of all, very accurate.
Unusual subject matter but no doubt valuable to a portion of the Bar. Keep looking for other unusal topics of interest !!
Excellent speaker and presentation on a very interesting topic.
Extremely well-done and interesting.
He was very good and engaging. From a presentation standpoint, it was very distracting because he kept moving in and out of the frame.
interesting and very relevant to current American culture
excellant speaker, very informative program
Safe Harbor reminder was timely for other contexts as well -
I don't deal with this area at all, but I found this a very informative and interesting course. Well presented, with a lot of detail. Balance of background, current status of law, and practical advice (e.g. provisions for talent agreements) very good.
Excellent course. I teach an entertainment law course for non-lawyers, and INEVITABLY someone asks me about the legal aspects of pornography. Now I know...