Termination of Sound Recording Copyright Transfers — CLE Program

I will be speak­ing at an upcom­ing CLE pro­gram on one of my favorite top­ics: record­ing artists’ recap­ture of their copy­rights from the record labels.  As 2013 (the first year that sound record­ing copy­right trans­fers will have ever been sub­ject to ter­mi­na­tion) approaches, this issue is get­ting on the radar of more and more folks.  I have been deal­ing with it for over a decade, hav­ing briefed the sound record­ing work for hire issue in the orig­i­nal MP3.com lit­i­ga­tion.  The pro­gram will take place on Tues­day, Jan­u­ary 24 in New York City.

My panel will be part of a much larger intel­lec­tual prop­erty law CLE pro­gram spon­sored by the New York State Bar Asso­ci­a­tion Intel­lec­tual Prop­erty Law Sec­tion.  I highly encour­age any­one inter­ested in any facet of intel­lec­tual prop­erty law to attend.  I am not aware of any other pro­gram where you can get 8 credit hours of CLE (includ­ing 1 hour of ethics credit) for only $125.  Here is a link to the reg­is­tra­tion mate­ri­als for those inter­ested, and here is a copy of the full-day program:

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