New York State Bar Association, 1989 - Law - 515 pages
"...the single indispensable work in the field & will prove invaluable to both experienced professionals & those whose involvement in this ever increasing field of activity is just beginning. It is the definitive work on the subject & belongs in every professional library." Morton L. Janklow: Senior Partner, Janklow & Nesbit Associates Literary Agency. ENTERTAINMENT LAW was compiled & edited by Howard Siegel of Pryor, Cashman, Sherman & Flynn in New York City. The nine chapters cover all principal areas of entertainment law including phonograph records, music publishing, television, motion pictures, copyright & new technologies, theater, book publishing, personal management & minor's contracts. The authors comprise some of the most successful private entertainment practitioners in the country from both the New York & California Bars. These outstanding attorneys bring a depth & variety of experience to the book which make this a uniquely qualified & particularly informative collection. The ever-changing, ever-expanding & always challenging nature of the entertainment industry, the impact of new technologies & the increasing complexity of the legal & business issues involved in all areas of entertainment commends this book as a necessary addition to any law library. To order, contact the publisher at One Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207 or call 1-800-582-2452. Please mention B-891602 & Source Code 0748 when ordering.
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