Part Three: §115 of the U.S. Copyright Act Overrides Controlled Composition Clause? – An In-Depth Examination of the Controlled Composition Clause.

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Songwriters Law Seminar comes to Los Angeles!

Please join Beame & Mencher LLP in Los Angeles, California on Sunday, November 7th, 2010 from 4:00pm – 9:00pm for Songwriters Law Seminar – a three-part series exploring the business of music, songwriters, and music publishing. Songwriters Law Seminar will be hosted by HoriPro Entertainment, an international music publishing company, and will […]

Part Two: §115 of the U.S. Copyright Act Overrides Controlled Composition Clause? - The Evolution of the Mechanical Royalty.

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Songwriters Law Seminar through 1st round of SXSW Panel Picker!

Beame & Mencher LLP recently submitted our Songwriters Law Seminar for consideration to SXSW2011. We made in through the 1st round! Read the description below, and then go to the SXSW Panel Picker to give our panel a “thumbs up”. Coming off a great NYC debut, the Songwriters Law Seminar is an informative presentation given […]

Part One: §115 of the U.S. Copyright Act Overrides Controlled Composition Clause? - Welcome to the Digital Revolution..

Disclaimer: The materials contained in this blog posting have been prepared by Beame & Mencher LLP for informational purposes only and are not legal advice or counsel. Transmission of the information is not intended to create, and receipt does not constitute, an attorney-client relationship. Online readers should not act upon any information in this posting […]

Songwriters Law Seminar – Part Three

Songwriters Law Seminar – Part Three

Singer-Songwriters & Recording Agreements: Implications on Publishing

On July 17th, please join the law firm of Beame & Mencher LLP for Part Three of the Songwriters Law Seminar. The event will take place at The Living Room in New York City from 4:30p-6:30p. To register, click here.

Part Three of the Songwriters […]

The Songwriters Agreement

Songwriters Law Seminar

On Saturday, May 15th, 2010, Beame & Mencher LLP hosted the first part of the Songwriters Law Seminar at The Living Room in New York City. Part One, entitled “Copyright & Collaboration: Protecting Your Work & Earning Money”, explored the role of copyright law to the songwriting process and the business […]

Beame & Mencher LLP to host first-ever Songwriters Law Seminar

On Saturday, May 15th, the law firm of Beame & Mencher LLP will host the first part of a three part series dubbed the Songwriters Law Seminar. Join us at The Living Room in New York City for this exploration into the business of music, songwriters, and music publishing.

For more information, visit us at http://www.bmlawgroup.com/index.php/songwriters-law-seminar/

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Music Producer Agreements - Key Provisions

If you are a songwriter and/or performing artist, you know the integral role a producer can play in elevating your music. A good producer has an ear. They also have a vision about your sound. The tweaks and nuances of a producer might not be noticeable to the ear of a common listener, but can […]

Broken record: Why labels’ new album format is good for all

In response to an article on CNET News by Greg Sandoval on July 27, 2009.

In the world of music downloads, digital music sales consist primarily of single song purchases. Technology made possible the deconstruction of the music album – creating consumers that would only purchase their favorite tunes from an artist on a song-by-song basis. […]