The Florida Bar Assn.'s Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section will host its sixth annual legal symposium on music, film and TV on March 26.

NEW YORK--The Florida Bar Assn.'s Entertainment Arts and Sports Law Section will host its sixth annual legal symposium on music, film and TV on March 26.

The event, which will be held at the Eden Roc Renaissance Resort in Miami, will cover issues in music, film, TV and fashion.

"This fascinating symposium provides entertainment law practitioners with cutting-edge education on legal issues and trends," says Richard W. Rappaport, event co-chairman.

The event will feature a keynote speech from R. Donahue Peebles, president/CEO of Peebles Atlantic Development Corp. and a Billboard Magazine/ELW interview with Hollywood producer Ken Atchity ("Life or Something Like It" and "Joe Somebody").

The symposium will offer 10 hours of CLE credits.