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    July 4, 2017

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This panel will go over the changes at the copyright office and the bill to reorganize it, the moral rights copyright office study, the Restatement of Copyright Law issues, DMCA reform, copyright small claims court, the DOJ reform of the consent decrees, and music licensing reform.  A quick ...
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    April 19, 2017

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    April 19, 2017

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Conversation will center on how music is selected for Films/TV/Games, agreements for songs selected and expected compensation price points.
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    April 19, 2017

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Whether signing with a major company, a large or small independent or doing it yourself, it is essential that you know the current state of all of the different types of publishing agreements applicable to your situation and bargaining power. Agreements covered include single song agreements, ...
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    April 19, 2017

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Emerging technologies and new regulations are changing the face of Entertainment Law and compounding existing ethical issues. New revenue streams have created new contractual structures that inherently alter artist-attorney and artist-manager relationships. How can attorneys, artist and ...
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    April 19, 2017

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Attendees will learn the role of the lawyer in the development, financing, production and distribution or sale of a film project. Using actual film documents tailored to a hypothetical film project, attendees will examine why film projects are structured the way they are. Our guest lecturers ...
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    April 19, 2017

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There are over 450 scripted original television programs produced in the U.S. every year and countless motion pictures (whether they be produced by the majors, or are indies, student produced or created on an iPhone), virtually all of which need some form of music. Based on the increasing ...
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