The new Georgia Musical Tax Credit applies to qualifying touring musicals and recorded musical performances. Photo credit: Pixabay https://pixabay.com After the success of Georgia’s production tax credit, the state enacted a new tax credit to boost the music industry. On January 1, 2018, Georgia’s Musical Tax Credit went into full effect, and the tax credit grants qualifying […]
Second Installment of The Seay Firm’s Working Title Playwrights Newsletter Q&A
This week, the 2nd installment of The Seay Firm’s Working Title Playwrights newsletter Q&A was sent out. This installment discusses some major issues relevant to not only writers, but artists of all kinds. Joint works, licenses for third-party content, fair use, and copyright infringement all are discussed. Read the full article here and below. More Common Questions […]
Seay Firm Q&A on Working Title Playweights Blog
Atlanta entertainment lawyer John Seay contributed a Q&A-style article on issues relating to copyright (and specifically targeting playwrights) on the Working Title Playwrights Blog. Check it out, and while you’re over there, take a minute to learn more about Working Title Playwrights – an Atlanta-based non-profit organization.
John Seay Named to Board of Working Title Playwrights
We are pleased to announce that earlier this month John Seay was named to the Board of Directors of Working Title Playwrights, an Atlanta-based non-profit organization that provides all playwrights with the opportunity to excel by helping them tell their stories for the stage, fostering the development of well-crafted plays, and increasing the visibility of theatre in […]