LEGAL DEVELOPMENTS IN THE NEW ERA OF MUSIC PRODUCTION
Cleveland-Marshall College of Law, with its Entertainment and Sports Law Association and Student Intellectual Property Law Association, will host “Legal Developments in the New Era of Music Production” on April 16, 2019.
The wide range of panelists includes music producers, academics, attorneys, and entertainers, who will discuss emerging legal developments in the entertainment law industry, most notably in the area of music production. This panel will focus heavily on the area of intellectual property, the intersections and diverging issues for different musical genres, and navigating the digital landscape of music production today and trends for tomorrow.
MODERATOR: ANGELIN CHANG, PROFESSOR OF MUSIC AND LAW, CLEVELAND-MARSHALL COLLEGE OF LAW AND GRAMMY® AWARD WINNER
JAMES GINSBURG, PRESIDENT, CEDILLE RECORDS AND SON OF CURRENT UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, RUTH BADER GINSBURG
PAUL FARBERMAN, PRESIDENT, PAUL FARBERMAN ENTERTAINMENT (ATTORNEY)
JIM BRICKMAN, SONGWRITER/PRODUCER/PIANIST AND CLEVELAND NATIVE
PATRICE MICHAELS, CREATOR AND PERFORMER AT INTERSECTON: JAZZ MEETS CLASSICAL SONG AND DAUGHTER-IN-LAW OF CURRENT UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT JUSTICE, RUTH BADER GINSBURG
JOHN KELLOGG, ATTORNEY, LAW OFFICES OF JOHN P. KELLOGG AND PROGRAM DIRECTOR OF MUSIC BUSINESS MASTER OF ARTS, BERKLEE COLLEGE OF MUSIC (ATTORNEY)
CLE credit: 1.0 hours pending