The Special Events Advisor: A Business and Legal Guide for Event Professionals

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John Wiley & Sons, 2004. gada 10. maijs - 312 lappuses
There's no dearth of books on the logistics of event planning, but not much has been published to address the legal and business issues that concern the thousands of companies that make up this industry. This book covers all the legal and business issues that special events professionals need to understand -- from contractual considerations to little-known governmental regulations with heavy ramifications. Ignorance of the law can prove very costly in an industry in which expectations must be met the first time, and in our ever-more litigious society, the need for this niche title is clear.

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Chapter 14 Intellectual Property
Chapter 15 Accounting
Chapter 16 Legal Liability
Chapter 17 Ethics
Chapter 18 Exit Strategies
Chapter 19 The Last Word
Chapter 20 Important Documents Checklist
Appendix Sample Documents

Chapter 9 Employee Issues
Chapter 10 Insurance
Chapter 11 Labor Unions
Chapter 12 LandlordTenant Concerns
Chapter 13 Trucking
About the Author

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DAVID SORIN, JD, CSEP, is an attorney and consultant to companies in the special events industry. He has been involved with many high-profile events, including the 1996 Olympic Games in Atlanta. He has been active in event industry organizations for many years, and has served as president of the International Special Events Society. He also speaks regularly at professional venues such as The Special Event, Event Solutions Expo, and the International Special Events Society's Conference for Professional Development.

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