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Rights of Publicity Limits Imposed by Copyright and 1st Amendment Rights


Speaker(s): Mark G. Tratos
Recorded on: Feb. 7, 2020
PLI Program #: 295328

Mark G. Tratos is the Founding Shareholder of Greenberg Traurig’s Las Vegas office and a long-time member of the University of Nevada and the Boyd School of Law Adjunct Facility.

Mark’s practice of the past four decades has focused upon the creative protection of artists, entertainers, athletes, producers and venues.  He has represented clients in federal court actions and appeals across the country, negotiates talent licenses and entertainment contracts for both celebrities and their estates. 

Since 1990, he has authored the Nevada chapter of INTA State Law Handbook.  Since 2003, he has been the author of the New York Bar Association Entertainment Treatise chapter: Entertainment on the Internet: The Evolution of Entertainment Production, Distribution, Ownership and Control in the Digital Age.  Since 2010, he has authored that treatise chapter Exhibitions: Art and Artifact Exhibits as an Expansion of the Entertainment Industry.

Mark has been AV rated for more than three decades; has been recognized by Legal Elite, Super Lawyers, and Best Lawyers in America which has included him since 2003.  His peers have voted him Lawyer of the Year eight times in his fields of practice.  Mark is the Past Board Chair of the National Judicial College.  He is Co-Founder and Past Chairman of the Discovery Children’s Museum in Las Vegas; and serves as Secretary of and outside counsel for the Board for the Smith Center for Performing Arts.