CLA Panel Tackles ‘Music Rights in the Digital Age’

Posted in News on November 8, 2006
The 2006 California Lawyers for the Arts (CLA) Music Business Seminar, held recently at the Los Angeles Music Academy in Pasadena, featured a special panel entitled "Music Rights in the Digital Age." BMI New York's Joe DiMona Esq., Vice President of Legal Affairs, took part in an insightful conversation with some of the music industry's top legal executives, including Rohde & Victoroff's Greg Victoroff, Esq. and music industry expert and author Moses Avalon.

Panelists included author Moses Avalon, BMI's Joe DiMona and attorney Greg Victoroff, Esq.

The panel covered numerous legal issues surrounding musicians who have broken into or are in the process of breaking into the entertainment industry. Topics included copyrights, contracts and general advice on how to protect your music in the digital age.

The CLA Music Business Seminar is a day-long conference aimed at educating emerging musicians and entertainment attorneys about relevant legal issues affecting artists and entertainers. Expert speakers include music executives, musicians and attorneys.

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