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Ms. Foundation for Women,
March 10, 2016
“Women Making Films and the Power to Provoke Change”

American Bar Association Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries,
October 8-10, 2015
“Big Traps and Fine Print: What Production Lawyers Need to Know About Union/Guild Agreements”

Brooklyn Film Festival Workshop,
April 21, 2015
“Making Movies:  Business Basics”

Benjamin N. Cardozo School of Law,
April 15, 2015
“Alternative Dispute Resolution In Music, Film & TV”

The New York City Bar Association,
October 17, 2012
“Mediation Settlement Day, Kick-off Event”

New York Women in Film & Television,
October 12, 2011
“Breaking Up is Hard to Do”

Alliance of Resident Theaters,
July 25, 2011
“Contracts, Insurance and Avoiding Lawsuits”

Writers Guild of America,
August 30, 2010
“Web Series Summer Camp Workshop”

Directors Guild of America
March 18, 2010
“Ethnic Diversity Steering Committee”

American Bar Association,
February 18-21, 2009
“Arbitration Training Conference”

American Arbitration Association, mock mediation/discussion,
October 21, 2005
“Ms. Lotta Talent v. Starstruck Management Associates”

Law Offices of Herzfeld & Rubin, New York, NY,
January 18, 2005
“Ethical Considerations for Advocates in B2B Mediation”

Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section of the NYS Bar Association, Fall Meeting,
October 30, 2004
“Legal Issues in Producing and Distributing Television Programming”

American Arbitration Association, New York, NY,
October 27, 2004
“Optimizing the Hearing in Arbitration”

Hamptons International Film Festival,
October 21, 2004
“Copyright Laws: How Do You Know It’s Yours?”

New York Women in Film,
April 15, 2004
“Digital Dilemma: Legal Issues in the Digital World”

New York City Bar,
April 24, 2003
“ADR in the Entertainment Industry”

Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, ADR in the Entertainment Industry Symposium, Benjamin Cardozo School of Law, 2002
February 26, 2003
“Introduction of Mediation for the Entertainment Industry”

Entertainment ADR Committee of the ABA Section on Dispute Resolution, Offices of Kaye, Scholer,
July 11, 2002
“Alternative Dispute Resolution in the Entertainment Industry”

Law Offices of Loeb & Loeb and Moses & Singer,
2002
“Introduction to Alternative Dispute Resolution for Entertainment”

New York Women in Film & Television, the Independent Feature Project and the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section of the NYS Bar Association, Fordham Law School,
January 14 and 15, 2000
“From Development to Distribution: The Business and Legal Affairs of Independent Feature Film Production”

New York Women in Film and Television and the American Arbitration Association,
February 29, 1999
“Mediation for the Entertainment Industry: A Discussion & Mock Mediation”