Law and Business of the Entertainment Industries
Auburn House Publishing Company, 1987 - Artistes du spectacle - Droit - États-Unis - 697 pages
This work presents, by industry, cases and materials from the rapidly changing legal and business environment of entertainment industries, including: literary publishing, music publishing, sound recordings, theater, film, television, and emerging entertainment technologies.
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