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University of Miami School of Communication
Wolfson Building
Shoma Hall
5100 Brunson Drive
Coral Cables, Florida
33146
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CONFERENCE CHAIRS

Lynn Carrillo
VP Legal, NBCUniversal News Group

Adolfo Jimenez
Partner, Holland & Knight

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Early bird registration: $125
($150 after Feb 26)
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Scholarships are available.
Email latinamerica@medialaw.org

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LOCATION
University of Miami School of Communication
Wolfson Building
Shoma Hall
5100 Brunson Drive
Coral Cables, Florida
33146
Google Map
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REGISTRATION
Registration is $150.
Click to pay by credit card.
Scholarships and fee waivers are available. Email latinamerica@medialaw.org
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CLE
MLRC will apply for 5-6 hours of Florida CLE credit.
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Legal Issues Concerning

Hispanic and Latin American Media

March 11, 2019 | University of Miami

Media Law Resource Center
in cooperation with

University of Miami
School of Communication and School of Law and
The Inter American Press Association

Paid parking is available in Lot 209 at $1.50 an hour. Use the Pay Station or the PayByPhone App with full day parking for $8.27.


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CONFERENCE HIGHLIGHTS

  • Awarding Winning Journalist Jose Diaz-Balart on Media Coverage of the Caravan, Wall and Immigration
  • Impact of President Bolsonaro on Press Freedom & Cross Hemisphere Press Freedom Checkup
  • Ethics & Compliance for Media Lawyers
  • Digital & Social Media Issues in Latin America
  • Cross-Border Production Issues

This program, while located at the University of Miami, is neither the responsibility of nor endorsed by the University of Miami.

 

SCHEDULE

9:30-10:00
Registration / Coffee on the Terrace

10:00
Welcome and Introductions from MLRC and University of Miami

10:05-10:40  Media Coverage of the Caravan, the Wall, & Immigration
Jose Diaz-Balart, Anchor Noticias Telemundo; NBC Nightly News

10:45-12:00
The Impact of Brazilian President Bolsonaro on Press Freedom & Reverberations Across the Americas
With Diana Palacios, Davis Wright Tremaine, Los Angeles; Paula Mena Barreto, CMA Law, Rio de Janeiro; Roxana Kahale,Kahale Abogados, Buenos Aires; Natalie Southwick, CPJ, New York; Nancy San Martin, El Nuevo Herald, Miami

12:00-1:15    
Lunch on the Terrace

1:15-2:15
Ethics and Compliance Issues for Media Lawyers. 
Marcello Ovejero, Holland & Knight, Miami
Navigating the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act and other anti-corruption laws, complying with Office of Foreign Assets Control  sanctions, and related ethical issues.

2:30-3:30
Digital & Social Media Issues in Latin America
With: Katharine Menendez de la Cuesta, Holland & Knight, Miami; Professor Ana Francois, University of Miami School of Communication; Maria Alejandra Santurio, Santurio, Andrada & Noel, Buenos Aires; Lili Levi, University of Miami School of Law

3:30-4:00
Coffee Break on the Terrace

4:00-5:00
Cross-Border Production Issues: Practical Copyright, Licensing & Distribution Issues
With: Lynn Carrillo, VP Legal, NBCUniversal News Group, Miami; Simone Lahorgue Nunes, Levy & Salomao Advogados, Rio de Janeiro; James Sammataro, Stroock & Stroock & Lavin, Miami; Rita Chertorivski, Telemundo Global Studios, Miami.  

5:00 - 6:00
Reception in the Breezeway

 
 
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