Music Biz Entertainment and Technology Law Conference Set For May 15

The Music Business Association’s Entertainment & Technology Law Conference returns to Nashville on May 15, during the Music Biz 2017 convention at the Renaissance Nashville Hotel. Event speakers will include U.S. Congressman Marsha Blackburn; industry experts from BMI, DiMA, NSAI, SESAC, and SoundExchange; and top attorneys from Fox Rothschild LLP, Leavens Strand & Glover LLC, Ritholz Levy Sanders Chidekel & Fields LLP, and Wilson Sonsini Goodrich & Rosati.

Conference subjects will tackle a variety of legal topics that have powerful ramifications for artists, songwriters, labels, publishers, and others in the entertainment and tech industries, including evaluating record deals, the impact of the DMCA on digital providers, the effect of President Trump’s policies on the music world, copyright reclamation laws, and a scrutinization of the biggest changes in copyright law over the last year.

A full agenda for the conference can be found here. Admission is included in a full Music Biz 2017 badge purchase, and those wanting to attend the CLE portion of the event only can purchase tickets for $299 at lawconference-musicbiz2017.eventbrite.com.

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