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Why and Where Does an Entertainment Attorney Fit? By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Being that I’m an entertainment attorney, I would be remiss to not acknowledge the inherent bias in this article; however, whether you work with me or one of my colleagues around the globe, the usage of a competent attorney or legal representative...
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Brand Sponsorship & Endorsement Agreements For Musicians By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. With the evolution of the music business in today’s digital age of streaming and downloads; the ancillary income that musicians generate from brand sponsorship and endorsements have become of paramount importance to an artist’s overall earnings.  For instance, “sponsorship spending on music tours,...
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Spinning in the USA: The O-1 Visa for the Foreign EDM DJ By Pablo G. Velez, Esq., Of Counsel It goes without saying that EDM is a worldwide phenomenon that has created global celebrities out of DJs such as Tiesto, Deadmau5, David Guetta, and more. The demand for talented foreign DJs in the United States...
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A Brief Look At Live Performance Agreements By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. While there has been a decline in recorded music sales, the live performance sphere of the music business continues to post substantial numbers.  For example, in 2016, Billboard Magazine stated that global “gross box-office revenue” exceeded “$5.5 billion dollars.”   With such substantial sums...
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Copyright & Music Business Announcement – Mechanical Royalty Rate Increases (01-29-2018) – Today, The Copyright Royalty Board, the body responsible for setting the statutory rates, has increased the U.S. mechanical royalty Rate.  A mechanical license is used to “reproduce and distribute copyrighted musical compositions (songs) on CDs, records, tapes, or permanent digital downloads.” This means...
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So You Want a “Record Deal”? How To Legally Ensure An Artist Can Even Sign One By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. While most musicians dream of getting signed to a major “record deal,” the days where a record label executive attends a show and signs an artist based on their performance are long gone. These...
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An Examination Of The Songwriter and Music Publisher Relationship By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. We will now examine the music publisher and its exclusive publishing agreement with a songwriter.  In addition to the standard exclusive publishing agreement explored below, there are other types of related agreements a songwriter could potentially sign with a music publisher,...
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The Legalities Of A “Cover” Song By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. It is natural for musicians to record other people’s tunes.  The subsequent version of an original song is called a “cover.”  The creation and distribution of cover songs has become an increasingly widespread trend.  It continues to explode with the increased usage of social...
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A Brief Examination of The Postmortem Right Of Publicity By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. As technology advances, additional legal situations, including those relating to the rights of the deceased, continue to arise. One of today’s hot button issues is the use of computer-generated imagery (“CGI”) and computer-generated holograms (“CGH”) recreating deceased individuals for commercial purposes...
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The Artist & Record Label Relationship – A Look At A Standard “Record Deal” By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. In our prior installment, we examined the artist and manager relationship and explored a variety of standard clauses as well as negotiations tactics.  We now start our initial examination of a few selected clauses from a...
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