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Art and Entertainment CLEs

    Sports Antitrust: The Rules Off the Field are Changing

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    Learn the current rules of the game – and those likely to change – in this presentation by two lawyers who have been in the middle of many of the battles.

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    The Current State of Intercollegiate Athletics

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    Intercollegiate football is facing a number of challenges including Northwestern's unionization efforts, concussion litigation, pay-for-play issues, and reorganization involving the top football playing programs.  This lecture will address these issues and the overall state of intercollegiate athletics.  


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    The Reality of Making a Murderer: How True Crime Documentaries Affect Minnesota's Justice System

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    Has the explosion of true crime documentaries like "Serial" and "Making a Murderer" had an impact on the day-to-day justice system in Minnesota? Are defendants more likely to make post-conviction motions? Are jurors more skeptical about evidence against defendants? How can attorneys and judges maintain excellent practice in the face of these challenges? Find out from an expert panel:  a judge, a prosecutor, and two certified specialist criminal defense attorneys. 

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    Why the Blurred Lines Lawsuit is the World’s Worst Music Copyright Decision

    1.0 Standard CLE credit

    Dr. E. Michael Harrington, a professional musicologist who specializes in federal copyright matters, discusses his opinion that the jury's decision was foolish and explores the ramifications on the music industry if this decision were to become a standard.

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