Oct. 2, 2008
Sports & entertainment lawyer Anthony R. Caruso will help lead a discussion on legal issues arising from performers’ off-the-job conduct when he serves as a presenter for the upcoming Seton Hall University School of Law’s 2008 Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium.
Sponsored by the law school’s Journal of Sports & Entertainment Law, the annual symposium focuses this year on the theme, “From the Arena to the Streets: Pressures Placed on Athletes, Entertainers & Management.” Caruso, of Archer, P.C., in Princeton, N.J., will serve as a panelist for a discussion on “entertainers’ and athletes’ conduct unrelated to their employment.”
Caruso is Chair of the Sports and Entertainment Practice Group at Archer, one of New Jersey’s largest law firms. He supervises and manages all aspects of legal counseling and representation, business strategy and planning services for both individuals and companies in the sports and entertainment industries. He has broad experience representing artists and performers, coaches, athletes and other talent, as well as individuals and companies engaged in video/film, theatrical and television production, sports marketing, sports leagues, and investment groups in sports and entertainment projects.
The symposium takes place on Friday, Nov. 7, 2008, at the law school in Newark, N.J. Other panels will address “constructing and operating sports and entertainment facilities,” and “health of professional athletes and obligations to perform.” Click here for more information.
Archer, P.C., is a full-service law firm with more than 150 lawyers in six offices serving Fortune 100 clients, small to medium-sized businesses and individuals for more than 75 years. The firm’s principal office is in Haddonfield, N.J., with offices in Princeton and Flemington, N.J., Philadelphia, Pa., Wilmington, Del., and New York, N.Y. For more information visit www.archerlaw.com.
Contact: Bill Shralow
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