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Vol 23 No 4 April/May 2018

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Entertainment Law Handbook


ISBN13: 9781853289774
Published: March 2007
Publisher: Law Society Publishing
Country of Publication: UK
Format: Hardback + CD-ROM
Price: £150.00



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The entertainment industry has experienced rapid change over recent years. This thorough book helps you to keep pace with the various legislative advances in this area. It covers the underlying contractual and copyright issues that impact all aspects of entertainment law as well as analysing the areas of music, film and TV, and computer games in depth.

The book provides discussion of key developments including:

  • mobile content
  • personality rights
  • moral rights.

Useful core documents, such as a model contract, and various sorts of agreements and precedents are included to offer a starting point for practitioners. Available within the book itself and on the accompanying CD-ROM, they are organised by specialist area to enable quick access and easy customisation.

Subjects:
Media and Entertainment Law
Contents:
Part 1. The Underlying Law;
1. Commercial contracts
2. Copyright
3. Moral rights
4. Rights in performances
5. Trade marks

Part 2. Music:
6. Music business
7. Management agreements
8. Recording contracts
9. Music publishing

Part 3. Film and TV:
10. Pre-production
11. Content clearance
12. Finance and production
13. Distribution and exploitation

Part 4. Computer Games:
14. Overview
15. Commissioning
16. Distribution
17. Third parties
Appendices.