Entertainment Law Blogs
Is Using A Split-Sheet when Co-Writing Songs A Good Idea?
Recently on Tunecore.com, guest writer Justin. M Jacobson explains what a "Split-Sheet" is, and if it's your best option to protect your interests when co-writing a song. This article was originally published in Hypebot. Justin is an entertainment and media attorney in New York City and runs Label 55.
Judicial Approval of Contracts with Minors
Wallace Collins, an attorney from New York, authors this informative blog on intellectual property and entertainment industry legal issues. Wallace's practice centers around entertainment law, which encompasses copyright and trademark matters. In this resent blog post, Wallace discusses the necessity for business to gain judicial approval of contracts with minors.
7 Questions for Authors to Ask Before Signing a Book Contract
From the law offices of attorney Tamera Bennett, Create Protect, provides visitors with valuable information on protecting their creative property. In this blog post, Tamera discusses the 7 questions authors should ask, before signing a book deal.
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Elsa Ramo
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Entertainment Law 101
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