EASL MBLC 2020 Conference: Music Modernization Act/Mechanical Licensing Collective (Webinar)
EASL Section Member Price: only $25
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For music and copyright, modernization is the word of the times. While most are familiar with the term Music Modernization Act, some may not realize that the U.S. Copyright Office is also undergoing an administrative technological, and organizational modernization as well.
We will begin this session with Part One: Modernization at the Copyright Office and Music Modernization Act, an overview of a variety of projects that the U.S. Copyright Office has undertaken to modernize its processes, followed by a review of the Music Modernization Act and the creation of the Mechanical Licensing Collective.
Anna B. Chauvet, Esq., Associate General Counsel, US Copyright Office
Regan Smith, Esq., General Counsel and Associate Register of Copyrights, US Copyright Office
In the second half of this session, Part Two: Mechanical Licensing Collective will focus on what attorneys need to know to best advise their music artist clients.
Benjamin Semel, Esq., Pryor Cashman LLC
Kris Ahrend , CEO, The MLC
Danielle Aguirre, Esq., GC/EVP, NMPA
Bart Herbison, Exec Dir, NSAI
Garrett Levin, Esq., CEO, DiMA
MBLC Program Chairs:
Joyce Dollinger, Esq. | Alter, Kendrick & Baron, LLP
Christopher Hull | Citrin Cooperman
Marc Jacobson, Esq. | Marc Jacobson, PC
Diane Krausz, Esq. | Law Office of Diane Krausz
Jared Leibowitz, Esq. | Vydia, Inc.
Paul LiCalsi, Esq. | Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt LLC
Stephen Rodner | Pryor Cashman LLP
Rosemarie Tully, Esq. | Rosemarie Tully, PC
Thank You to our MBLC Sponsors!
- November 20, 2020
- 12:30 PM
- 2:30 PM
- Virtual Participation
- Speaker: Anna B. Chauvet, Esq., US Copyright Office
- Speaker: Regan Smith, Esq., US Copyright Office
- Moderator: Benjamin Semel, Esq, Pryor Cashman LLC
- Speaker: Kris Ahrend, The MLC
- Speaker: Danielle Aguirre, Esq., NMPA
- Speaker: Bart Herbison, NSAI
- Speaker: Garrett Levin, Esq., DiMA
- Committee On Continuing Legal Education
- Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section