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This program was recorded on May 3rd, 2019
There is a new phenomena in the entertainment industry called transmedia and its changing the way lawyers are approaching the entertainment industry.
Though flashier than other transactions, entertainment law is a subset of business law. It is contract driven, much like anything else. What practitioners in this field should know is that the protections that are afforded in any contract for an entertainment law matter needs to take into consideration media channels that exist now as well as what may develop in the future. Old contracts that do not cover today’s media channels still exist and have caused great harm to artists financially. For example, we have seen highly desirable rock bands filling the seats in stadiums receiving very little pay while profits go into other’s pockets.
Communicating to your clients can be challenging and in this course we will cover mistakes that can be costly to you and your clients, how to avoid them and offer tips to ensure clear understanding for all parties.