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May 8, 2014

Time: 3:30 p.m. - 6:00 p.m.

US Copyright Office, Pandora Join Music Biz Law Conference In LA

Hyatt Regency Century Plaza Hotel
2025 Avenue of the Stars
Los Angeles, 90067

During the Music Business Association's (formerly NARM & digitalmusic.org) Entertainment and Technology Law Conference on May 8 in Los Angeles attorneys will hear in-depth discussions on digital music models during two panels that will zero in on licensing and royalty payments as well as the intersection of technology and traditional views on copyright. Panels include:

  • Licensing & Royalty Payments From An Artists Perspective
  • Disruption As A Business Model: Can the Music Industry Survive As A Totally Free Unregulated Market?

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Government representatives such as Jacqueline Charlesworth, General Counsel and Associate Register of Copyrights at the U.S. Copyright Office; company representatives such as Chris Harrison, Assistant General Counsel at Pandora; artist managers such as Jeff Jampol, President of Jampol Artist Management Inc. (JAM, Inc.); and top attorneys such as Steve Winogradsky, who has spent over 30 years as a music attorney and served as President of The Association of Independent Music Publishers, will be on hand to lead the debate on these issues.
 
Two CLE credits have been applied for through the California State Bar Association.
 
For the full program agenda and to register, click here.

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