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January 9, 2018

Time: 12:15 - 2:15PM

AIMP Premier Members Only Event - Bulk Recordation Act of the Copyright Office

 This is a Premier Members Event 

The copyright office is planning to create a new rule allowing Group Unpublished Registrations which will positively impact music publishing. This rule; will protect songwriters and music publishers by preventing the DSP’s from submitting no rate NOI’s in bulk format to the copyright office for unregistered works.  Danielle Aguirre will join us to provide insight into this important change.

You must be a Premier Professional member to attend this special event.  To attend or to upgrade your membership  please email Julia@AIMP.org.  You can check your status by logging into the MEMBERS section of the site.

The deadline to sign up is January 8th and you must sign up in advance to be cleared by security.   Walk-ups will not be permitted.  You will receive confirmation of valid registration a few days prior to the event, which you should bring to expedite building security check. 

 

Panelists

Danielle Aguirre
EVP & General Counsel, NMPA

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New York, NY 10005

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