Unconscionable Contracts in the Music Industry: The Need for New Legal Relationships
This comprehensive scholarly work provides an analysis of music industry contracts from the legal perspective of Common Law rules. This is an important study that examines the relationship between music-industry professionals and their clients, many of whom may be inexperienced and prove to be unsuccessful in the music industry. Because the relationship between these two parties is so precarious, this book sheds light on these long-term contracts, which may prove to be highly beneficial to parties on both sides.
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The Anthropogenic Approach
Unconscionability A Starting Point
Advices and Influences
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1984 Agreement advisor album anthropogenic approach artiste or writer artiste's bargaining power become behaviour Brian Epstein Brownsword career clauses Clifford Davis co-operation commercial common law considered contract law corporate party court creative party deal discussion dispute doctrine of restraint doctrine of unconscionability economic ENFPs equity Esso Petroleum Ltd evidence expectations faith fiduciary Fleetwood Mac formation future George Michael Gilbert O'Sullivan Harper's Garage Stourport Holly Johnson ibid independent advice inequality of bargaining intention judicial judiciary long-term contractual relationships long-term relationship Lord Denning Lord Reid Lord Scarman Macaulay MBTI music industry contracts music industry executives nature negotiation Nicholl obligations Offeree Panayiotou v Sony Parker performance plaintiff principle public policy question reasonable recognised record company restraint of trade restrictions royalties rules Schroeder Music Publishing Shaun Ryder Sony's standard form contracts standardised success suggestion third party transaction unconscionably constructed contract undue influence unenforceable