Negotiating Music Licensing and Structuring Deals: Digital Sampling, Royalty Rates, Music Copyright
A live 90-minute CLE webinar with interactive Q&A
This CLE webinar will guide IP counsel on negotiating and structuring music licenses. The panel will examine licenses for different uses, critical terms, royalty rates and fees. Also, the panel will tackle the subject of digital sampling, as well as lessons from recent court decisions.
- Music licensing strategies
- Licensing negotiations and structuring contracts
- Music copyrights
- Royalty rates
- Impact of digital sampling and streaming
- Recent court decisions and lessons from those decisions
The panel will review these and other high priority issues:
- What terms are critical to music licensing agreements?
- How have digital sampling and online streaming increased the complexity of music licensing?
- What are the best practices for counsel for licensors and licensees when negotiating music licenses? What strategies should IP counsel employ to enforce IP rights in the music?
Steve Gordon Law
Mr. Gordon is an entertainment attorney specializing in music, television, film and video. His clients include artists,... | Read More
Mr. Gordon is an entertainment attorney specializing in music, television, film and video. His clients include artists, songwriters, producers, managers, indie labels and music publishers as well as TV and film producers and digital music entrepreneurs. He also provides music and sample clearance services for producers of any kind of project involving music. Mr. Gordon is the author of The Future of the Music Business, and the upcoming book The 11 Contracts That Every Artist, Songwriter and Producer Should Know.Close
David D. Oxenford
Wilkinson Barker Knauer
Mr. Oxenford has represented broadcasters for over 35 years on a wide array of matters from the negotiation and... | Read More
Mr. Oxenford has represented broadcasters for over 35 years on a wide array of matters from the negotiation and structuring of station purchase and sale agreements to regulatory matters. He also represents webcasters and other digital media companies on copyright, music licensing, and other business and regulatory issues. His clients range from family-owned broadcasters to active mid-market venture-backed companies to one of the largest noncommercial radio licensees in the country.Close
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