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It’s Still About The Money – Royalty And Licensing Audits

It’s Still About The Money – Royalty And Licensing Audits

2017 – Topic 9
1.0 Credit in Areas of Professional Practice and is approved for credit for experienced attorneys only. This course is not transitional and therefore will not qualify for credit for newly admitted attorneys (admitted to the New York Bar for less than two years).
 
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NON-NYSBA Member: $65.00
 
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It’s Still About the Money – Royalty and Licensing Audits
The music industry is an increasingly complex place with a mix of new income streams and new licensees that are constantly popping up.   This along with an active market for catalog transactions spurred on by an influx of private equity and investments in passive income streams have led to a dynamic environment fraught with disruptions and ripe for underreporting royalties.  What's a right holder to do?  Call the royalty auditor.   Royalty audits are now more than ever a best practice to maximize revenues and protect value for recording artists, songwriters, record labels, and publishers alike.  This panel discussed reasons to audit, the process of exercising audit rights, really reading royalty statements, the royalty audit itself and strategies you need to know when the parties can't reach an amicable settlement.   

Speakers:
J. Christopher Hull, CPA, Partner, Prager Metis CPAs, LLC (Moderator)
Brian D. Caplan, Esq.,  Partner, Reitler Kailas & Rosenblatt LLC
Mark A. Levinsohn, Esq., Levinsohn Associates, P.C. 

Non-Member Pricing: $65.00
Format:
  • Online On-Demand
Product Code:
  • VEASLMJ17_09
Areas Of Professional Practice Credit(s):
  • 1.0
Total Credit(s):
  • 1.0