RECORDING ARTISTS v. THE RECORD INDUSTRY | Suffolk University Law School, Boston, MA | November 10, 2011 | Suffolk University’s Intellectual property Law Student Association and Sports & Entertainment Law Association presented this panel discussion regarding recording artists and termination rights under the Copyright Act. Cyberlaw Clinic Assistant Director Christopher Bavitz joined moderator Dave Herlihy (Northeastern University) and fellow panelists Mark Fischer (Duane Morris, LLP); Glenn Pudelka (Edwards Wildman); and Lita Rosario (WYZ Girl Entertainment). The panel addressed the mechanics of and policies behind the Act’s termination provision and its particular applicability to recording artists and record contracts.
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