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Music Copyright Law & the Rolling Stones

Get an overview of music copyright law in an entertaining fashion by studying the legal trials and tribulations of the Rolling Stones! Learn about how you obtain a copyright as well as what legal rights you get with one. How do copyrights affect reproduction, distribution, public performance and streaming? Understand the ethical issues involved in representing a band.
  • Credits: 4 General, 0 Diversity/Inclusion PR, 0 MH/SA PR, 2 Other PR
  • Product ID: P1908-19U
  • Original Program Date: 6/20/2019
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 Music Copyright Law & the Rolling Stones
Jim Jesse, Rock N Roll Law, Lawrence, KS
AN OVERVIEW OF MUSIC COPYRIGHT LAW

Part One: 

  • Intro to Copyright Concepts and the Legal Framework of the Beatles and Their Music Publishing
  • What is a Copyright and How Do You Obtain One?
  • Overview of The Six Exclusive Legal Rights You Get With Your Copyright

Part Two: 

  • Reproduction
  • Distribution
  • Music Licensing
  • Derivatives and Sampling

Part Three: 

  • Public Performance
  • Digital Transmission and Streaming
  • Public Display and Wrapping up the Exclusive Rights
  • Joint Authorship/Authorship of Song-Masters/Works-For-Hire
ETHICAL ISSUES IN REPRESENTING A BAND
(2.0 Professional Responsibility)

Part Four  

  • Ethical Issues Regarding Band Representation and Organization/Diminished Capacity (MRPC 1.13, 1.14)
  • Ethical Issues and Conflict of Interest in Representing Competing Interests in a Group (MRPC 1.7, 2.1)
  • Ethical Issues in the “My Sweet Lord” Case 

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e-learn
SKU: P1908-19E
$300.00 or 6.00 credits

DVD
SKU: P1908-19D
$300.00

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SKU: P1908-19A
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