Music Law

On The Verge: The Biggest Update To Music Copyright Law In Over 40 Years

There’s a copyright bill racing through Congress so quickly that it could become law by the time you read this. But before we talk about what’s happening now, let’s take a look back at the past for context. What Does...
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Why Music May Be Less Widely Available In The Future

Though you may not have known about it, the government and the music industry recently went to battle. And though you may not have known about it, it affects you whether you’re a musician, a business owner, or a music...
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Copyright Laws Create Blurred Lines

By now you’ve heard that Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams have lost their legal battle against the Marvin Gaye estate. A jury found in mid-March that Thicke and Pharrell’s “Blurred Lines,” the biggest-selling song of 2013, infringed on Gaye’s “Got...
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Why Hire an Entertainment Attorney

The entertainment industry is a highly contractual business surrounded by lots of legal terms and conditions. While entertainers are working on their craft, it is integral that he or she have proper legal representation, not only at the onset of...
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25th Annual North American Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property Law Conference – Montego Bay, Jamaica

25th Annual North American Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property Law Conference - Montego Bay, Jamaica. Ms. Lorri Lomnitzer has been chosen to speak at the 25th Annual North American Entertainment, Sports and Intellectual Property Law Conference, in Montego Bay, Jamaica....
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