Sessions organised in partnership with the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers (IAEL) include the launch of the book: "The New Economics of the Entertainment Industry: Creative Lawyering as a Growth Catalyst in a Global Market," co-edited by Flipboard's Cecily Mak and French lawyer Anne-Marie Pecoraro.
What does IAEL stand for?
IAEL stands for International Association of Entertainment Lawyers (London, UK)
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- Interagency Electronic Grants Working Group
- International Association for Environmental Hydrology
- Ikatan Ahli Ekonomi Islam
- Intensive American English Institute (Austin, TX)
- International Association of Electrical Inspectors
- Israel Association of Electronics & Information Industries (Tel-Aviv, Israel)
- Izmir Advanced Education Institute (Turkey)
- International Alliance of Equestrian Journalists (est. 1966)
- Israel Association for Ethiopian Jews
- International Association of Electronic Keyboard Manufacturers
- International Atomic Energy List (Coordinating Committee for Multilateral Export Controls)
- Informal APEC (Asia Pacific Economic Council) Economic Leaders Meeting
- Indo-American Environmental Leadership Program
- Indian Association for Environmental Management (India)
- International Association for Exposition Management
- International Association of Emergency Managers
- International Association of Event Managers
- International Association of Exhibition Managers
- Internet Archive of Electronic Music (UK)
- Irish Association for Emergency Medicine (Ireland)
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Miller will be speaking on rights administration and related issues as the business keynote at the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers (IAEL) meeting at Midem on Sunday, January 27, at 11 a.
CANNES, France -- Editor Jay Cooper of Greenberg Traurig Sees Cultural Shift to Consumers Controlling Celebrity Increasing Need for Legal Protection of Privacy Consumers will increase their power as the direct arbiters of the mantle of celebrity, thanks to the explosive growth and use of new entertainment technologies that exploit celebrity, according to this year's International Association of Entertainment Lawyers Journal, to be released at MIDEM 2005 in Cannes.