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Entertainment Law and Business is a handy resource for both the experienced and novice practitioner. It provides a broad survey of the entire industry and creative rights laws. It includes incisive summaries of all of the important areas of creative rights law: copyrights, the protection of ideas, trademark, publicity and privacy, and the major international treaties. It also provides an overview of all the major fields of entertainment (and related field of interest for entertainment practitioners) along with illustrative agreements.
This is not an esoteric academic treatise. The book aims to aid the practitioner in the practical aspects of entertainment. Hence, the authors have attempted to highlight the key features of the major agreements in each field. They provide insights not only into what the individual provisions of the agreement attempts to regulate, but also the concerns that lie behind those provisions. They point to the types of negotiating strategies important in each agreement, passing on their experience to the practitioner.
All of the accompanying sample forms and documents are conveniently included on CD-ROM in RTF (Rich Text Format). RTF allows the user to open each sample clause for use/editing in either Microsoft Word or Corel Wordperfect.
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Jay Shanker, JD is Of Counsel to McAfee & Taft and a veteran entertainment industry attorney whose practice encompasses a wide array of film, television, theatre, music, new media, fine arts and publishing transactions for individual and corporate clients (including studios and television networks) in the United States and abroad. His clients and their projects have over the years received prestigious award recognition in nearly every major creative category, including Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Clio nominations and awards. A graduate of Yale and the NYU School of Law, Mr. Shanker has practiced law in Los Angeles since 1981, and now maintains offices in both Los Angeles and Oklahoma City. Over the years, he has lectured on entertainment industry matters at UCLA, USC and the American Film Institute, and in the Fall of 2005 taught entertainment law as an adjunct professor at the law schools of both the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City University. Mr. Shanker's business affairs and legal expertise extends to the development, production and distribution of television and motion picture programming (including international co-productions), recorded music projects, live stage and events, book publishing, online and interactive media, and fine arts representation.
During his career, Mr. Shanker has represented public, private and not-for-profit companies, along with individual producers, directors, writers, actors, musical artists, industry executives and entrepreneurs. His individual clients have over the years garnered prestigious international awards in every major creative media, including Oscar, Emmy, Grammy and Clio award recognition. Mr. Shanker was also editor of Law and the Television of the 80s, published by Oceana in 1982, and a contributing editor for Entertainment Industry Contracts , first published by Matthew Bender in 1986. He currently serves as an adjunct professor of law at both the University of Oklahoma and Oklahoma City University, and has lectured on entertainment industry legal matters at UCLA, USC and the American Film Institute ( AFI ) in Los Angeles and New York. Jay has also served on the advisory committee of the AFI s Third Decade Council and was a founding member of the Academy of Interactive Arts and Science s Board of Governors.
David E. Guinn, JD, PhD has over twenty years experience in the entertainment industry. He started his career working in the theatre, as a designer, director, and manager, working in stock, regional theatre, Off-Broadway, and On Broadway. While acquiring his law degree, he spent three years working at the William Morris Agency, in their business department before moving into private practice. He has represented clients in all fields of entertainment, including publishing, music, and motion pictures. He has written extensively in the field, including two volumes on the international collective administration of copyrights and neighboring rights.
Harold Orenstein: The late Mr. Orenstein was a doyen of the entertainment field, starting his career representing one of the major theatrical composer-writers in the 1950s, and continuing as a lawyer for many of the biggest music performers or the 1960s and 1970s (particularly among members of the British invasion) and eventually representing major composers and performers of World and Minimalist music. He also represented many prominent music publishers including Nashville and theatrical publishers.
"A well organized reference book covering the major issues lawyers in the entertainment industry deal with daily." - John Huncke, Esq., former COO/General Counsel, Polygram Television and VP Business Affairs, Walt Disney Television.
"Asks and answers a myriad of important questions regularly confronting lawyers in the day-to-day practice of entertainment law." - John Perenchio, Esq., CEO, Fearless Records
"The roadmap to making (and enforcing) essential deals in the entertainment industry, from a veteran industry lawyer." --- Michael Humphrey, former VP/Sales Simon & Schuster Publishers and Director of Business Development, Yahoo
"An impressive distillation of case law, statutes, contracts and concepts central to entertainment industry business and legal transactions." - Vance Van Petten, Esq., National Executive Director, the Producers Guild of America
"A detailed handbook on the intricacies of entertainment law as practiced on the 'other side' of the Atlantic." - Tony Morris, Head of Media Law, Marriott Harrison, London
"Concise, comprehensive and authoritative." --- Jerry Levin, Wigwam Enterprises, Tour Manager for Brian Setzer Orchestra, Stray Cats, John Fogerty, Enrique Iglesias and others.
"A useful guidebook for anyone involved in entertainment industry deal making." - Neal Baseman, Esq., Sr. VP, Business Affairs, 20th Century Fox Television
"An abundance of useful information from a knowledgeable specialist in the field." --- Ralph Winter, Producer of X-Men (I, II, and III) and the Star Trek movies (III through VI).
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