LOS ANGELES--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--With the exploding social and mobile media revolution creating unprecedented challenges for virtually all organizations, a top Los Angeles media attorney is teaming up with a veteran public relations consultant to present a unique, interactive continuing education program Thursday, October 24.
“We’re very excited that it won’t be your typical CLE class.”
"Social Media Survival School" will be held from 5:30 – 9:30 p.m. at National University, 5245 Pacific Concourse Drive near LAX.
The professional development program, which will include hands-on exercises, is designed for attorneys, public relations, marketing and advertising professionals. The California Bar has approved it for 2.25 hours of MCLE credit.
Presented by D. John Hendrickson of Manhattan Advertising & Media Law, Inc., and Brad Ritter, APR, president of Brad Ritter Communications, LLC, the program will help both attorneys and communicators understand recent changes in federal laws that impact all organizations using digital communications. It also will examine social media trends and explore strategies for building and protecting brands in a digital world. Click here for more on topics.
According to Hendrickson, staying informed is critical to providing effective legal counsel. “This seminar is essential for attorneys who need current information about the FTC’s updated social media and mobile app disclosure requirements,” he said. “We’re very excited that it won’t be your typical CLE class.”
Ritter added that the Survival School will be a rare opportunity for communicators to learn about legal issues that affect their social and digital media strategies, while attorneys will gain important public relations and marketing insights. “To effectively serve their clients today, communicators and attorneys must understand each other’s perspectives and work together.”
Along with presentations, the program will feature interactive, hands-on exercises with attorneys and communicators working together to solve challenging, real-life scenarios.
Cost is $149, which includes a light dinner. Register by Friday, October 18 using discount code BW1 and save $30. Click here for details and to register.
Contact Philip Rebentisch, Manhattan Advertising and Media Law, 310-343-7200, firstname.lastname@example.org, or Brad Ritter, Brad Ritter Communications, 866-284-2170, BRitter@bradritter.com with questions.