2016-Paul Quin, a partner at Saxon|Gilmore, focuses his practice on entertainment law, products liability insurance, premises liability insurance, commercial liability insurance, medical malpractice, freedom of speech, environmental law, general tort law, toxic torts, and complex business litigation.
He will be a panelist for The Sessions at the Tennessee Music Educator Association. The event will be held on Friday, April 15, 2016, at the Gaylord Palms Opryland Hotel. The Sessions is an organization created by Jules Follett, author/photographer of Sticks ‘n’ Skins. She wanted to help musicians learn the business side of the entertainment industry. Panelists will discuss topics also covered in videos created for NAfME (National Association for Music Education), including entertainment and business law, artist relations, history of music, marketing, self-promotion, image maintenance, and artist relations, with a focus on the academic and real-world practical advice.
Additional panelists include Dom Famularo (drummer, educator, author, motivational speaker), Christine Ohlman (singer, songwriter, vocalist for Saturday Night Live band), Rick Dejonge (composer), and Rick Drumm (founder and president of Traction Business Coaching).
For more information about the event, go to http://thesessions.org/event-details/tennessee-music-educator-association-tmea/.