Appearances & Publications
Larry Verbit is often asked to speak at various continuing legal education seminars. He recently served as program chair and moderator for a panel presentation on Employment Issues for Entertainment Companies and previously was program chair for a panel on Clearance in Film and Television, both sponsored by the Beverly Hills Bar Association. In September, 2012 he monitored a panel at The WestDoc 2012 Conference on “Celebreality: The Inside of Reality Talent Agreements.” Together with Brian Edwards, COO of Mark Burnett, Mr. Verbit was one of two panelists on a Nuts and Bolts of the Entertainment Business: Gaining a Competitive Edge By Understanding the Legal and Business Complexities of the Ever Changing Marketplace program sponsored by the Barrister’s Committee of the Beverly Hills Bar. This program also was Webcast throughout the country and is offered on DVD for continuing education of lawyers. He also served as moderator and panelist for a program sponsored by the Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Section of the Los Angeles County Bar Association on Cable Television – Trends, Parameters and Deal Points Experienced by Production Companies in Current Cable Transactions.
Mr. Verbit has served as an adjunct professor at Southwestern Law School where he taught Television Production Law. Southwestern’s entertainment law program was rated fourth in the nation by The Hollywood Reporter
Larry E. Verbit Publications
Crafting Agreements for Hiring Actors to Appear in Series Pilots
Broadcast Law Report, June, 2000, page 1
Entertainment Law and Finance, August, 2000, page 1
Moral Rights and Section 43(a) of the Lanham Act: Oasis or Illusion?
78 TMR 579, The Trademark Reporter, Sept-Oct 1988
9 Comm/Ent L.J. 383, Hastings Journal of Communications and Entertainment Law, April 1987