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The Music Modernization Act

April 2019 Posted by Thomas Maddrey

The Music Modernization Act   An earlier version of this article appeared in the March 2019 American Bar Association’s Headnotes Publication.    In October 2018, the Music Modernization Act (MMA) was signed into law. This sweeping law reformed the ways musicians, songwriters, and producers license music and how they are paid. For many general practice and…

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The New App That Styles and Empowers

April 2019 Posted by Madeleine Shroyer

The New App That Styles and Empowers   Here’s the honest truth: most women will spend big money on a new outfit for a special event. The problem: this turns out to be a waste of money because that outfit will be tossed to the side when the event is over and probably never worn…

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The 4 Things Every Working Artist Needs to Do First

April 2019 Posted by Thomas Maddrey

The 4 Things Every Working Artist Needs to Do First   Being an artist who makes a living is tough. Here at our firm, we see two types of artist-clients: a group that comes before bad things happen, and the other group that comes after they have been burned. Over the years I have found…

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Color Marks

March 2019 Posted by Madeleine Shroyer

Color Marks   We just wrapped up our COLOR. themed open house event for the spring. It seems fitting, then, to write about what trademark law says about protecting the colors of a brand. In one of my recent blog posts found here, I talked about how fashion designers can use trademarks to protect some elements…

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Hudson Yards’ Rights Theft

March 2019 Posted by Thomas Maddrey

Hudson Yards’ Rights Theft   This post was originally written by Thomas Maddrey in his role as General Counsel for the American Society of Media Photographers, a seventy-five-year-old organization dedicated to the craft and profession of photography. Thomas’ work with ASMP reflects his history as a photographer himself, as well as the type of advocation…

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