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2012 Sports & Entertainment Law Symposium
Date of Symposium: March 1, 2012

Panel 1 - Internet Gambling
Sal Anderton
Sal Anderton, Esq.
Legislative Director, Porzio Governmental Affairs

Mr. Anderton’s background includes serving as legislative counsel for the New Jersey Department of Labor and for a Democratic member of the New Jersey General Assembly. In each position, he was responsible for drafting and monitoring relevant legislative and regulatory developments. At PGA he provides strategic legislative and regulatory counsel to many of the firm’s business clients across a wide range of sectors including financial, insurance, professional service, health care and gaming. Mr. Anderton has been an attorney in private practice, concentrating on environmental and land use matters as well as tort law. He served as the attorney for the West Orange Planning Board and has represented applicants and objectors in a variety of residential and commercial land use applications and related litigation. Mr. Anderton received B.S. degrees in Political Science and Philosophy from Montclair State University as a student the University’s Honors Program. While there he served one years as President of the Student Government Association and two years as the student member of the University Board of Trustees. He read Rhetoric and Political Philosophy at St. Anne’s College, Oxford, England for one trimester as part of the University Honors Program study abroad program. Mr. Anderton earned his J.D. degree from Seton Hall University School of Law in 1998. He was published in both the Seton Hall Legislative Law Journal and the Seton Hall Law Review.
Panel 2 - Reality Television
John Kettle
John Kettle, Esq.
Professor of Law, Rutgers University School of Law

John R. Kettle III, is a Clinical Professor of Law at Rutgers Law-Newark where he supervises clinical law students in intellectual property and entertainment law matters, and teaches doctrinal courses in Contract Law, Copyright & Trademark, Advanced Intellectual Property Law, and Entertainment Law. Prior to the joining the Rutgers faculty, Professor Kettle served as Counsel to the Newark based law firm Stryker, Tams & Dill, LLP where his practice concentrated on intellectual property and entertainment law matters, he was also affiliated with Business & Legal Affairs at the Prudential Insurance Company of America. He is a former Chair of the New York State Bar Association Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section, and a former Chair of the New Jersey State Bar Association Entertainment & Arts Law Section. Professor Kettle has taught at Seton Hall Law School, served on the Continuing Legal Education faculty at Fordham Law School, served as a lecturer for the New Jersey Institute for Continuing Legal Education, the Practising Law Institute, and is a former member of the Editorial Board of the New Jersey Law Journal. He is widely published in the areas of Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Law. Professor Kettle received his J.D. from Rutgers Law School-Newark.