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December 19, 2003 05:56pm
Sex Biz Legal Seminar Attendee Registration
Source: Epoch News
by: Company Press Release

(LAS VEGAS, NV) -- Confused about starting or running an online adult business? Unsure about how to set up strong relationships with models, content producers, and competitors? Worried about potential criminal liability? Wondering what legal and technological developments are on the horizon? Spend one day at the Adult Entertainment Law Seminar and get the information you need to run your business more effectively and more safely.

Gregory Piccionelli, Entertainment and Internet law specialist, and Frederick Lane, author of "Obscene Profits" and "The Naked Employee," are holding a series of seminars around the country that are designed to give you up-to-date information on the legal and political challenges that face in you in this industry. You will have the opportunity to ask questions, interact with fellow SexBizLaw.comwebmasters (great networking opportunity!), and meet attorneys in your area that specialize in adult business issues.

Our next seminar is scheduled for January 8, 2004, in Las Vegas at the Tropicana Casino and Resort Hotel. Registration is from 8-9, and the seminar runs from 9-12 and 1-4. There will be question and answer period from 4-5; lunch is on your own from 12-1.

Seminars are also scheduled for January 28, 2004, at the Park Hyatt in Los Angeles, California, and on January 29, 2004, at the Hyatt Regency in San Francisco, California. Further dates and locations will be posted on our website, SBLS.us.

Attendees will receive a information-packed handbook adding more detail to the issues discussed during the day. Each person at the seminar will also receive a one-year subscription to the newsletter for SexBizLaw.com, as well as a veteran's rate at an upcoming Adult Entertainment Law seminar.

The Cost? Less than 2 hours of the average attorney's time... For Attorneys receiving MCLE credit, $395 ... For Webmasters, other attorneys, and members of the general public, $295... For Affiliates of one of the sponsors listed below, Just $150 for the full day.

SexBiz Legal Seminars is proud to be sponsored by the following businesses:

Adult.com ASACP.org CECash.com Epoch.com FalconFoto.com Paycom.net VideoSecrets.com WIA.org (Women in Adult) XBiz.com

Register Now!! Space is Limited.

Please visit our secure website, SBLS.us, and register online. If you are unable to register online for any reason, please call us at (310) 553-3375, e-mail us at registrations@SBLS.us, or mail payment to SexBiz Legal Seminars, LLC, 1925 Century Park East, 23rd Floor, Los Angeles, California 90067.

If you have any questions, please contact Frederick Lane at FSL3@SBLS.us

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