The Clips4Sale Legal Zone Returns on Monday with SBA Loan Talk

TAMPA, FL — This Monday, May 18, at 4 pm EST/1 pm PST, will be another Clips4Sale Legal Zone.

Hosted by Clips4Sale founder and leader Neil and industry premiere IT attorney Corey D. Silverstein, with guest attorney Lawrence Walters, the May edition of the Clips4Sale Legal Zone will focus on SBA loans for COVID-19 and the adult industry. The discussion will include two injunctions against the SBA in cases brought by community businesses.

There will also be an update on AB 2389, California’s controversial Sex Worker Permit bill, which would prohibit adult entertainers and performers from working in adult or producing content until they receive a certificate of training completion. AB 2389 seems to be dead for now due to COVID-19, and Corey has some interesting thoughts on the bill’s future.

And the last two topics for discussion are important ones: the use of drugs and/or alcohol on set before and after shoots and during live broadcasts, and the EARN IT Act (aka Eliminating Abusive and Rampant Neglect of Interactive Technologies Act). 

The webinar will run 60-minutes, and there will be a live Q&A throughout.  

“We have a ton of topics to discuss in this edition, and you don’t want to miss it,” says Clips4Sale’s Neil. “We’re here to help studios and models navigate through some of the legal issues they might be having and give them the answers they need.”

Everyone is invited to attend, whether you’re a Clips4Sale studio or not. Find details to join via Zoom and links to helpful information here. If you can’t attend, watch the full video later here.

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