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Blurred Lines: This Isn't Your Grandparents' Music Business

Alandis Brussel, JD, Principal Attorney, The Brassel Firm, PLLC

Changes in technology and law have affected the music business tremendously over the past 20 years. Entertainment attorney and professor Alandis Brassel will give a fun, interactive presentation (bring your cell phones!) on the past, present, and future of the music business, paying special attention to how industry practices, copyright law, and the public's perception of the music industry have blurred the lines when it comes to who owns music, how music should be written and consumed, and the implications of industry changes on liability and business planning for industry stakeholders.


The Planning Committee and staff are finalizing the workshops to be offered at the 2019 Large Loss Conference.
Please check back in mid-May.

Join a prominent gathering of top-notch claim professionals and service providers from across the nation in Nashville, where we'll:

  • Evaluate a variety of large loss claim scenarios through interactive workshops and learn with the industry's best and brightest
  • Share knowledge, insight, and experience in adjustment and resolution strategies with large loss claim professionals
  • Connect with large loss adjusters and service providers from hundreds of disciplines and specialty areas

Adjuster-led workshops encourage active audience participation, and provide an opportunity to learn from and with many of the industry's leading experts and performers. Classes are offered in three large-loss tracks:

  • Commercial Lines, Property Claims
  • Personal Lines, Property Claims
  • Casualty Claims

Who Should Attend? Large loss claims adjusters and managers, supervisors, general adjusters and EGAs, complex case managers, senior claims management, and service providers who work with these claims. This is an excellent program for those who aspire to or are being groomed to adjust large and complex property and casualty claims within their respective organizations.

Interacting with other insurance professionals. The educational experience. Thinking outside of the box, and being inspired to create, innovate. Challenges to the status quo, and disrupt current approaches.

How the sessions were set up-discussion from experts on the panel, then case study and audience participation.

Complex loss case studies and network opportunities and vendor interactions

It was nice to mingle with other claim professionals and share experiences

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