Learning about a "Certificate of Engagement," whatever that is, sounds like a boring way to spend your lunch hour. But it's not. In fact, it is a ubiquitous legal document that is essential to the practice of any transactional attorney working in the spaces of film, television, or new media. Please join talent attorneys Ayo Adeyeye ('13) and Erez Rosenberg ('15) as they explain the importance of this document, how it can be used in even complex high-level contract negotiations, and what you should be thinking about when negotiating one. If you know what the "C of E" is, how it works, and what to look out for, you'll have a big leg up when starting out your career as a junior lawyer in a transactional entertainment practice.
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