“The Armor of God and a Good Legal Team” – May CMB Member Webinar


Is your station prepared for potential legal problems? At noon (CT) on Wednesday, May 11, Dan Baughman (President/CEO, The River) and Todd Stach (Chief Creative Officer, The River) share the ironic plot twists they encountered during their eight-year legal battle.

The result was a 4-3 ruling by the Ohio Supreme Court in favor of 104.9 The River / Columbus to be reclassified to its original status as a tax exempt non-profit organization.

Todd Stach pic Leave your preconceived notions behind so you can best apply the facts of this nationally-recognized case to determine how you can best prepare, protect, and guide your station through legal issues.

Members will receive an email with the link to access this webinar on Wednesday, May 11th.

These monthly CMB Member Webinars are an ongoing Member benefit we offer throughout the year. You must be a Gold or Silver Member of CMB to receive access to the webinars each month. If you are not a CMB member, we hope that you will consider joining for 2016. CLICK HERE for more details on CMB Memberships.

CMB Support Contact INFO:
CMB Executive Director, Michelle Younkman michelle@cmbonline.org
CMB Event Manager, Brittany Whatley brittany@cmbonline.org
CMB Communications / Member Services Manager, Mimi Renew mimi@cmbonline.org
CMB MultiMedia Manager, Jessica Arrendell jessica@cmbonline.org

 

 

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