The Musician's Business and Legal Guide

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Mark E. Halloran
Pearson Prentice Hall, 2008 - Business & Economics - 458 pages
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Definitive in scope and written specifically for musicians and songwriters by top professionals currently working in the industry, this book demystifies the music business and the indecipherable body of law which shapes it, and provides substantive information on actual practices--with clause-by-clause commentaries on all major contracts in the industry. Requires no background in law or business and is written in plain English, not "legalese. Includes relevant forms.Follows the typical development of a musician's career--Getting Started, Music as a Business; Protecting Your Compositions; Music Publishing; Performing and Marketing; Managers and Agents; and Recording. Features up-to-date internet-related coverage (including full chapters on Digital Distribution of Music Over the Internet: Legal Issues; International Copyright Issues; andArtist Rights). An appendix includes names; URL and mailing addresses of major industry associations and organizations; a list of the important industry publications.For musicians.

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Contents

Business Entities
14
Edward Ned R Hearn
35
Mark Hattoran
46
Copyright

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About the author (2008)

Halloran is a principal of Halloran Law Corporation. He's cochair of the University of Southern California Law School Institute on Entertainment Law and Business and serves on the Board of Directors of the Los Angeles Chamber Singers.

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