Bob Zeglarski, founder of Cutwater Law PLLC, a Nashville based new media, technology and entertainment law firm, will participate in a panel discussion on Friday, October 2, 2015, at the International Black Film Festival of Nashville.
The morning session is entitled “SHARK TANK: Protecting Your Business, Brand & Project from Legal Pitfalls.”
• WHEN: Friday, October 2, 2015 from 9:15 am to 10:30 am
• WHERE: Cal Turner Family Center at Meharry Medical College
• ABOUT: The world of entertainment can be a complex place. If not careful, industry hopefuls and veterans alike, can find themselves trying to navigate through a sea of business relationships that can prevent them from achieving their goals. Join us for an informative discussion with some of the most respected legal minds and industry experts on how to avoid pitfalls.
• INFO: http://www.ibffevents.com/
At Cutwater Law, Zeglarski focuses his practice on new media, technology and entertainment, including television and film finance and production. Bob has represented numerous independent film producers, investors, and financiers, including a leading alternative lender providing production loans secured by state tax credits. He earned his J.D. from Seton Hall University School of Law and currently sits on the Nashville Bar Association’s Committee on Continuing Legal Education.
Cutwater Law represents several Nashville-based, new media and traditional television and film concerns, including the first subscription video on demand television network delivering dance related content "over-the-top", a television and film production and distribution facility, and several feature films.
Follow @CutwaterLaw and @BizLawyer on Twitter and visit Cutwater Law’s website, cutwaterlaw.com for more information.
The International Black Film Festival (IBFF), established in 2006 as a non-profit 501 c(3), was founded by Chief Executive Officer and Owner Hazel Joyner Smith. IBFF also relies on a highly competent team of committed professionals who invest their time and expertise in this effort to bring culturally diverse communities together to showcase their work as emerging and skilled independent filmmakers, actors, composers, screenwriters, directors and other film industry profession
Contact: Robert Zeglarski, (615) 933-3545, firstname.lastname@example.org