Below is the full text of an article that was broken up and initially published on Immersive ATL. You recorded an album and released it online. Now you just sit back and wait for the checks to roll in, right? If only it were that easy. Last year, a Berklee College of Music report found […]
I was recently asked to contribute a series of articles on artist revenue streams to Immersive Atlanta. What follows is the first installment of that series. And here is a link to the article as posted on the Immersive Atlanta site. PAID IN FULL is a new limited weekly series written by Atlanta entertainment lawyer […]
by Nikki Leung, Emory Law Class of 2016 For as long as a copyright is valid, only the copyright owner and those authorized by the copyright owner may reproduce, distribute, perform, display, broadcast, or create a derivative work based on the protected work. Granting those exclusive rights to creators, at least in theory, also serves […]
The Strategy Sessions event on July 13, 2014, was a success. I (John) presented some basic tenets of intellectual property law and then took questions from the audience. The below photos are courtesy of Erin Schopf. Special thanks to Anne Almasy for organizing such a great event. Look forward to participating again in the future.