ELIPS On Demand Program 4/13/16
ELIPS On Demand Program 4/13/16

The Future of Music Featuring Experts: Jeffrey Harleston, Donald Passman and Troy Carter: A Discussion on How Record Companies and Artists are Navigating a Transforming Industry

Presented by the Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property Section

How do recording artists and record companies succeed in the face of the enormous legal uncertainty created by new technology forging the economics of the music business into unchartered territory?

Hear insight into where the music business is headed from the General Counsel and Executive Vice President of Business & Legal Affairs for Universal Music Group, the worldwide leader in recorded music, music publishing and merchandising, a world-renowned music talent lawyer and author, and one of the most successful music talent managers, entrepreneurs, and technology investors. They will candidly discuss cutting edge issues involving the role of technology in the creation and distribution of music, including the scope of rights for derivative and transformative works, alternative distribution options, streaming music services and the economics of these services.

Originally Recorded 4/13/16


Jeffrey Harleston, General Counsel and Executive Vice President, Universal Music Group

Donald Passman, Partner, Gang, Tyre, Ramer, and Brown, Inc. & Author of All You Need to Know About the Music Business

Troy Carter, CEO and Founder of music management company, Atom Factory (Meghan Trainor, Charlie Puth, Kamasi Washington), Founder & General Partner, Cross Culture VC

Duration & Credit Info

1 hour CLE credit

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