Siegel on Entertainment Law
- Diane F. Krausz, Esq.; Rosemarie Tully, Esq.
Co-sponsored by the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Section and the Committee on Continuing Legal Education of the New York State Bar Association
Contents at a Glance
The Recorded Music Industry / Music Publishing / Television and Television Program Development / The Motion Picture Industry: Legal Concepts and Deal Structures / Entertainment on the Internet: The Evolution of Entertainment Production, Distribution, Ownership and Control in the Digital Age / Legal Aspects of Producing in the Commercial Theater / Book Publishing: Traditional “Trade Book” Author/Publisher Agreements / Digital Publishing: E-books, Self-Publishing and Other Models / Minors’ Contracts in the Entertainment Industry / Personal Management / Exhibitions: Art and Artifacts Exhibits as an Expansion of the Entertainment Industry / Fashion Law / Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and the Law
The editors are pleased to dedicate this edition to Howard Siegel in recognition of his many years as editor-in-chief of this publication and of his leadership role in the field of Entertainment Law. With this publication, the practitioner-authors continue to address the ever-evolving needs of this area of practice by including chapters on ´Fashion Law’ and ´Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality and the Law’.
This book details the contractual and licensing considerations in the principal areas of entertainment law: the music recording and publishing, television, film, online entertainment, commercial theater, book publishing, minors' contracts, personal management, exhibitions and fashion law, and virtual reality. The authors, from the New York, California and Nevada Bars, are some of the most successful entertainment law practitioners in the country and include numerous sample contracts throughout the work.
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- April 13, 2018
- 986 pages