Legal Advice for Recording Artists Rights — 81 results
Written by attorney Barry Chase, over 1 year ago.
Musical artists (recording artists, composers, performers, record producers) make money by (1) creating, (2) protecting, and (3) exploiting the "intellectual property rights" in the music... more
Written by attorney Joseph Ford, about 1 year ago.
The underground hip hop and rap music industry can be one of the toughest industries to find success especially if one is clueless on how the music game operates. This guide identifies four... more
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, over 1 year ago.
NO. One June 11, 2013 the Second Circuit Ct of Appeals in an opinion http://fairuse.stanford.edu/case/gary-friedrich-enters-llc-v-marvel-characters-inc/ by Justice Chin reversed a summary... more
Written by attorney David Tamaroff, 7 months ago.
The risk of a claim that intellectual property was stolen from an unsolicited submission is so real that many large companies like Apple, Microsoft, and Universal Studios refuse to accept... more
Written by attorney Rabeh Soofi, 9 months ago.
One of the biggest mistakes many artists, bands, and other talent make during the course of their entertainment careers is not getting legal help soon enough. This Guide will help tell you... more
Written by attorney Michael S. Melfi, about 1 year ago.
What is Sports Entertainment Law?
Sports Entertainment clients have always been a part of our firms family and it is no surprise that it is included in our firms services. Some of the key... more
Written by attorney Maurice N Ross, about 1 year ago.
Anyone who aspires to work in the music business, whether as performer, producer, record label or publisher, must understand the basics of copyright law. The following is a simple summary... more
Written by attorney Bruce E. Burdick, about 1 year ago.
A common question any copyright attorney gets frequently is "how much does it cost to copyright a song" [or book, or video, or painting, etc.] Copyright protection for a song (both the... more
Written by attorney Ari Good, over 1 year ago.
The sheer act of creating an original piece of art makes it yours and yours alone. That unique beat, the words to a song, steps to a dance, or outline to a TV pilot: Its your intellectual... more
Written by attorney Matthew Wallin, over 5 years ago. STAFF PICK
The right to seal your juvenile record is available in most juvenile cases, with certain exceptions. Laws vary from state to state so be sure to check with your local juvenile court for the... more
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