7 August
Holding Redlich and Arts Law: Contractor v Employee in the Arts event, 2018. Photo Patrick McCarthy, Arts Law.

Presenter Announcement: Employment Law, Festivals and the Arts

Holding Redlich and Arts Law are pleased to announce presenters for our upcoming workshop and seminar in Melbourne and Sydney.

This selection of presenters represent some of Holding Redlichs’ most experienced legal professionals. Each has developed connections to the communities in which they live and work, with strong political, commercial and cultural networks that will help them understand and answer all your burning questions. This half-day seminar is an excellent opportunity for arts program managers or artistic directors and lawyers to learn from experienced presenters to understand more about the thrilling but perilous space of employment and festivals in the creative sector.

Presenters:

Charles Power
Charles draws on over 20 years of skills, expertise and experience in workplace relations and safety law. In addition to legal practice, Charles has served as an associate to a senior deputy president of the Australian Industrial Relations Commission.

Louise Rumble
Louise has extensive experience advising employers on the full range of workplace and safety issues with a focus on achieving commercial and pragmatic solutions. Louise has assisted public and private sector employers in various industries including arts and media.

Sarah Butler
Sarah is a corporate, commercial and media lawyer who advises a diverse range of clients with an emphasis on the media, entertainment and broadcasting industries.

Emily Booth
Emily is a corporate and commercial lawyer with particular expertise in intellectual property and privacy issues. Emily assists a broad range of clients including those in the media and advertising industries.

If you run an arts organisation, you will be amongst your fellow directors, festival organisers, managers and “arts people” all burning with the same sorts of questions. If you are a lawyer, you’ll come away with greater clarity about these issues for your clients and your practice. It’s a great chance for lawyers and arts organisation representatives to network and, importantly, raise funds for Arts Law, your national community legal centre for the arts.

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