Music Law refers to legal aspects of the music industry, and certain legal aspects in other sectors of the entertainment industry. The music industry includes record labels, music publishers, merchandisers, the live events sector and of course performers and artists. Claudia and Valentina have in-house record label experience and expertise, which is helpful to  artist and management clients in terms of providing a well-rounded understanding of the workings of commercial agreements from both sides of the negotiating table. Claudia and Valentina have music publishing and administration expertise and know–how, helping clients navigate what can be a complex area of the business. Claudia and Valentina can also undertake due diligence work and assist with valuation exercises, in particular in respect of recording and publishing catalogue purchases and sales. Claudia and Valentina handle dispute/litigation work, always working with the best counsel, and always with a view to achieving resolution and settlement outside of court to avoid the costs and strains of a contested case.

La regola dei sette secondi

The “Seven-Second Rule”

The Seven-Second Rule (by David Kluft) If you are a television news producer or documentary filmmaker, you have almost certainly faced this issue. You are putting together a story about a past event, and you want to

John Lennon

Yoko Ono sues ‘John Lemon’

Yoko Ono sues John Lemon Yoko Ono pressured a Polish beverage company into changing the name of its new drink, “John Lemon,” with the singer-artist’s legal team alleging that the product infringed upon her late husband, John

glossary music licensing terms

Glossary of Music Licensing Terms

Glossary of Music Licensing Terms Composer: “All In” for a Composer means that they will deliver the score in final format to the producer for one, all-in fee. That means they will usually be doing

istruttoria e ispezioni su nuovoimaie

Nuovoimaie faces antitrust scrutiny in Italy

Italy’s competition watchdog, AGCM, has opened a probe into collective-rights management society Nuovoimaie to see whether the entity abused its dominant position in the field of copyright. The original article is in Italian. Sorry about that!

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