Get to grips with Music Copyright

News: 20th June 2011 by Louise Dodgson under Finance, Law & Music Business, Music Publishing, Music Training & Careers, Record Labels

If music be the food of love, play on…that is, only if you have the right contracts in place and don’t stand to get ripped off! Music is a risky business - even the best can get it seriously wrong!

Having problems with the small print? Not sure of your position when negotiating a contract? Unclear as to why you even need a contract? Think you are being ripped off? As the saying goes ‘knowledge is power’!

With well over 10 years experience, Medialex Legal & Business Network is recognised as a key provider of Media Law and Business training to the TV, Film and Music industry. Its one day Music Copyright Course to be held on 18th July in London is essential for anyone working in the music business. In a simple, jargon-free way the course covers the entire A-Z of music agreements. It is user-friendly and in the very simplest of terms will help you navigate your way through the complexities of industry agreements making sure that you avoid being exploited or, at the very least, intimidated by them.  Learn how to protect yourself, your music and your Copyright and then you will be free to enjoy the fun bit!  Be no-one’s fool! Know your stuff! 

The course will be led by specialist Music Lawyer Gillian Baxter whose client list extends to recording artists, musicians, composers, bands, music managers, recording companies, and music publishers. To accompany the course she has written a simple Guide to Music Copyright (ISBN 1-90539402-0 available on Amazon & at leading bookstores).

For more information contact [email protected] 

And be sure to check out as you may be eligible for a bursary!

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