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http://rightstechsummit.com/session/roundtable-who-owns-machine-made-music/ Louis Smoller will be discussing Who Owns Machine-made Music at the Rights Tech Summit, September 27, 2017 at 5pm. From startups to tech/media powerhouses and industry associations, the 2nd Annual RightsTech Summit in New York City is a 1-day gathering on September 27, 2017 that brings together a cross-section of companies, associations and industry…read the full article

Daniel Novick is a guest panelist at the Music Business Association‘s Entertainment & Technology Law Conference this Tuesday, September 19th. He will be participating on a panel called “Reclaim Your Copyright”. You can register here to hear a great discussion! 9:40 – 11:10 AM Reclaim Your Copyright Organized by MusicRowSearch After 35 years, if you follow the…read the full article

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Our Latest Newsletter   How to Protect and Prepare Yourself When Working with Non-Profits In the modern era of the entertainment business, artists and businesses are using their platforms to become more involved in social activism. Whether it’s Chance The Rapper donating $1 million towards Chicago Public Schools, Bandcamp’s fundraising for the ACLU, or the…read the full article

Dear clients, colleagues and friends, We hope this message finds you doing well. We are very pleased to announce that Cynthia Katz, Esq. and Jennifer Martingano have joined our firm.   Cynthia joins our Legal team as a corporate attorney. She represents clients ranging from start-ups to large multinational companies. Her practice focuses on corporate and…read the full article

Dear clients, colleagues and friends, We are very pleased to announce the opening of our Los Angeles office. In collaboration with our headquarters in New York and our office in Nashville, our new LA office will allow us to better serve our West Coast based clients. We also welcome our newest attorney, Jonah Grossbardt, who…read the full article

  Protection and Restriction with Non-Compete Provisions Overlook the importance of non-compete provisions for your employees at your business’ own peril. Businesses often want to protect their interests by putting restrictions on their employees which come into effect when those employees leave the business. After all, small businesses as well as large corporations have interests which…read the full article