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Top 5 Reasons Indie Artists Need an Entertainment Lawyer

dealIn this business or entertainment you come across all types of people and Entertainment , Greg Bloom is one of the good ones.  I met Greg  at a panel discussion for DEMOS Documentary film, where we both served on the panel, and I must say he is always looking to help artist get to the .   I recently had the pleasure of chopping it up him.  Greg works at Chase Lawyers firm located in , , and D.C and he was gracious enough to offer his time to let us and you know why independent and all artists for that matter need an entertainment lawyer. Check out his Top 5 Reasons why indie artists need a lawyer in their corner.
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5. Creating Valid

light bulbLawyers help to valid copyrights for writers and producers. They also help to create valid trademarks so can brand themselves properly without conflict. There are sound recording copyrights and composer copyrights. The definition of a record company is a company that owns sound recording copyrights. The definition of a publishing company is a company that owns composer copyrights. The lifetime of a copyright last for the lifetime of the artist plus 70 years. Lawyers help the artist create valid intellectual properties so he can move forward.
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4. Protect the Artist

ProtectInfo-ConsumerLawyers protect artists through proper contracts and agreements to make sure they have all their copyright ownership or intellectual property ownerships. Lawyers do this through various documents: Work for , Website Agreements, basic songwriter split agreements, or anything that makes sure the artist owns everything he/she is creating.

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Kurt October 31, 2013 at 3:18 pm

I agree. Indie artists do need an entertainment lawyer. You never know what might happen with infringement. Thanks for the article!

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