Speaking Engagements & Networking Events
Barry Heyman, Esq. often speaks on the importance of legal issues that face today’s creative industries. Guest appearances range from industry festivals and conferences to universities and special events. Topics range from intellectual property topics, copyrights, trademarks, and licensing, to trending legal issues in the music, television, new media, start-up, small business, and do-it-yourself (DIY) areas.
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The MusicMakers Workshop is a professional development series for musicians. This series will be offered at ShapeShifter Lab in Brooklyn, NY — August 17 – 19.
MENTOR SESSION: General Music Business Thursday / Oct. 21st / 12:30pm – 1:45pm / NYU Kimmel Ctr, 9th Floor, Room 909 Moderator: John Pikus Panelists: Barry Heyman Christina Contardo Daniel Freedman Lindsay Cook
This event will instruct practitioners, law students and other interested parties in the art of making a band a money-making entity. We will be meeting with members of actual working bands, booking agents, artist managers, [...]
Where: Hive at 55 <http://www.hiveat55.com> (A shared office for freelancers) 55 Broad Street, 13F, NY NY Time: 6:30 pm time to chat; 7:00 pm discussion begins Cost: a bottle of wine or beverage RSVP: firstname.lastname@example.org [...]
Thursday, July 29, 2010: Road Recovery Presents @ NYU -Tisch School of the Arts for the Clive Davis School of Recorded Music
Road Recovery Co-Founder Jack Bookbinder was invited to speak to students for a lecture for the summer program Social Entrepreneurship in Musicâ at NYU-Tisch School of the Arts for the Clive Davis School of Recorded [...]
In this workshop entertainment lawyer Barry Heyman and event producer Mehmet Dede will explore different but complementary facets of the music industry. Heyman will talk about two of the most important rights an artist/producer needs [...]
Educate and protect yourself as an artist by becoming informed in important topics such as legal issues in the recording studio, trademark, copyright, licensing, publishing (digital and physical) and live performance issues. Attorney Barry Heyman [...]
Barry Heyman served on a panel for the CMJ music conference discussing music licensing reform in 2008 at Baruch College.
Barry Heyman served on a panel for the Undergraduate Law Society at New York University discussing the various career opportunities in the legal profession in 2008.
Barry Heyman served on a panel for Beta Alpha Psi at New York University discussing alternate careers in 2007.
Barry Heyman served on a panel for the Sports and Entertainment Law Students Association at the Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law discussing representing musicians in the digital age in 2006.
Barry Heyman served on a panel for the IP Society at the Boston University Law School discussing career options in the entertainment and IP area in 2004.
Barry Heyman served on a panel at New York University discussing current issues facing the music industry in 2003.
Barry Heyman was a guest lecturer for the “Law in the Music Industry” graduate course; lecturing on various IP and licensing issues pertaining to the mobile medium in 2003.
Barry Heyman served on a panel for a copyright course at the New York Law School entitled “The Future of Entertainment in the High Tech Era” in 2003.
Barry Heyman served on a panel for the Entertainment Society at the Hofstra University School of Law entitled “Careers Opportunities in the Music Industry” in 2003.