Sep 19 - Sep 19, 2017
New York, NY
Join SoundExchange at the Music Biz Entertainment & Technology Law Conference Series on September 19 at the offices of Greenberg Traurig in the MetLife Building in New York City! The Conference Series was created to merge entertainment law issues with insight on the new technology and media concerns that are at the forefront of the entertainment industry.
This must-attend program will tackle a variety of hot-button legal topics that have powerful ramifications for artists, songwriters, labels, publishers, and all in the entertainment and technology industries, including reclaiming copyrights, Trump-era policies, musicians’ estates, the DMCA, YouTube, and more.
Panels Featuring SoundExchange:
Music Policies In The New Administration
Date: Sep 19, 2017
Time: 11:20 AM-12:50 PM
Location: Greenberg Traurig, LLP - MetLife Building
Featuring: Julia Massimino (VP of Global Public Policy, SoundExchange); Congressman Jerrold Nadler, 10th District of New York (D); Jacqueline Charlesworth (Of Counsel, Covington & Burling, LLP); Todd Dupler (Sr. Director of Advocacy & Public Policy, The Recording Academy/The GRAMMYs); Stuart Rosen (Sr. VP and General Counsel, BMI)
Moderator: Peter Strand (Partner, Leavens, Strand & Glover, LLC)
Panel Description: Considering that the positions of the Trump administration on copyright and royalty issues are still largely unknown several months into his presidency, this discussion between PROs, politicians and industry professionals will shed some light on what the industry might look for from them moving forward. The panel would address the possible Trump perspective on hot button issues such as the status of the PRO consent decrees, streaming royalty rates and the rate courts, Fair Play Fair Pay, Copyright Act revisions, and more.