Join attorney Corey D. Silverstein and esteemed guests for quarterly live discussions about significant legal issues impacting the adult industry today… and tomorrow! The first ‘Legal Impact’ live webinar event will take place live on April 21.
The adult industry is always under scrutiny, often from multiple angles. It can be overwhelming to even keep up with, much less know what to do. During the Legal Impact: Industry Issues, Today & Tomorrow live webinar events, Silverstein will explore legal issues impacting the industry right now, as well as what’s on the horizon. Industry thought-leaders as featured guests will add texture and nuance to these not-to-be-missed events.
“The simple fact is that the adult entertainment industry has been under increasing intense scrutiny – and that’s not going away,” SIlverstein said. “Anyone operating a business in the space needs to be up-to-date on the latest legal issues that could affect their day-to-day operations.”
Regarding the ‘Legal Impact‘ event series, Silverstein continued: “I wanted to do something special and involve some of the most influential players in our industry so they could share their practical experiences and guidance.”
‘Legal Impact’ live webinar events will be hosted by sociologist Dr. Chauntelle Tibbals. All live events are free to attend for all members of the adult entertainment community and will be posted subsequently on MyAdultAttorney.com and Adult.law.
The first ‘Legal Impact‘ live webinar event – “Section 230: Why aren’t we talking about it more?” – will take place on April 21 at 11 pm CEST. The event will feature special guests Alison Boden (FSC) and Siri Dahl and is sponsored by MojoHost.
Register for Legal Impact’s “Section 230: Why aren’t we talking about it more?” via EventBrite here.
Silverstein is the managing and founding member of Silverstein Legal (myadultattorney.com). His practice focuses on representing all areas of the adult industry. Silverstein is also the founder of subscription service Adult.Law. Those interested in subscribing to Adult.Law’s services can learn more about subscription tiers here.