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Jay Quatrini On Being an Entertainment Lawyer -
Jay Quatrini On American Law vs. British Law -
Jay Quatrini On Doing Business With Artists and Their Managers -
Jay Quatrini On What is the Difference Between Publishing and Copyright? -
Jay Quatrini On Branding and Embracing New Technologies in the Music Business -
Jay Quatrini; an entertainment lawyer and partner at Davenport Lyons -
35 Year Copyright Reversion Clause, Works for Hire, and the Future of the Music Business -
Explaining The 360 Model and why It Wont Save the Music Business -
Jay Cooper On What is a 50/50 Record Deal? -
Jay Cooper: The RIAA, Public Relations, and the Real Reason They're Suing Your Grandmother -
Jay Cooper: Why Does the Copyright Term Keep Getting Longer? -
Why The Controlled Composition Clause of the Copyright Code is 'an Abomination' -
Jay Cooper On The (Moral, Ethical and) Fiduciary Responsibilities of Music Companies -
Jay Cooper On Why Should Artists Be Aware of The Business Side of Music? -
Jay Cooper On What Makes a Great Lawyer? -
Jay Cooper On The Digital Age and the Future of The Business of Music -
Jay Cooper Explaining The 360 Model and Why It Won't Save the Music Business -
Explaining Alternative Record Distribution Strategies -
35 Year Copyright Reversion Clause, Works for Hire, and the Future of the Music Business -
ABA 2008: The Practice of Entertainment Law, Past, Present & Future -
Music Industry Profile: Music Attorney Jay Cooper -
ABA 2008: Termination of Sound Recording Copyrights -
Q & A Session with Jason Flom, CEO of Capitol Records -
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