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Corey D. Silverstein Makes His Presence Felt At The Qwebec Expo

This year’s annual Qwebec Expo took place from August 4, 2016 – August 7, 2016 in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. This year’s rendition of the tradeshow took place at the Hotel Bonaventure downtown.

Per the Qwebec Expo’s website:

Celebrating our 13th edition in 2016, QWEBEC-Expo is a trade show and technical conference serving existing and prospective Online Digital Media professionals from all over the world. Held in Montreal, Canada, this annual B2B event acts as an international crossroads for U.S., Canadian and European members of the industry. It provides website owners, operators and webmasters with the information and resources they need to build, maintain, promote, market and grow a successful internet business, in the $15 Billion + per year Market. This is a great opportunity for people, to meet face-to-face, with industry suppliers from the U.S, Canada, Mexico, Europe and other countries. The latest industry technologies, trends, products and services are marketed and displayed.

Adult industry attorney Corey D. Silverstein, led an incredibly informative and interactive legal seminar that was attended by some of the most well-known and respected entrepreneurs operating in the internet world.
The synopsis of the seminar was:

Adult industry attorney, Corey Silverstein, will lead a no holds barred Legal Q & A. Making light over Legal Myths and Realities we hear and face in our industry. Got questions? Corey will answer them. After last years’ success, this year again an entire legal seminar will be dedicated to your questions; so come prepared.

A packed room of industry professionals came prepared to discuss topics including, the upcoming United States presidential election and its potential effect on the porn industry, the battle between online advertisers and advertisement blockers, bulk emailing, virtual reality, 18 USC 2257 and much more.

The seminar was a huge success and ended with a standing ovation for the respected adult lawyer.

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