Music Law Handbook for Canada Volume II - Digital

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Understanding rights and obligations is fundamental in today's music industry. Music Law Handbook for Canada: Volume II covers numerous legal aspects including: key agreements in the music business, an overview of intellectual property law, a guide to licensing music, wills, production agreements and moral rights.

This short, information packed booklet is written by Toronto-based lawyer Paul Sanderson, who has practiced entertainment and arts law exclusively since 1983. He is currently in private practice with his own firm Sanderson Entertainment Law. Paul is the author of Musicians and the Law in Canada and co-author of Artists' Contracts: Agreements for Visual and Media Artists (CARFAC Ontario). He is a co-founder of ALAS (Artist Legal Advice Services), Canada's first summary advice legal service which offer free legal advice for artists of all disciplines, and is an instructor at Metalworks Institute of Sound and Music Production. Paul is also a founding member, guitarist and songwriter for Blue Room. ©2015. 61 pages