Entertainment & Sports Law Category
An authoritative form book with expert guidance on negotiating and drafting contracts in the major areas of the entertainment industry, including entertainment software. Features Each area was written by one or more experts in the field, using forms and giving commentary based on their practice of law in the area "State-of-the-Art" forms in a ...
Author : General Editor: Donald C. Farber
This unique Entertainment Law casebook emphasizes the business aspects of the entertainment industry, especially its economic risks. Although important cases are included, the book provides numerous excerpts from trade publications, such as Variety, to teach the practical aspects of entertainment law. Such material is more interesting to read, more ...
Author : Melvin Simensky, Thomas D. Selz, Robert C Lind, Barbara A. Burnett, Charles A Palmer, F. Jay Dougherty
Covers four major fields in the entertainment industry: film, television, music and sports. It specifically addresses the legal, income tax and business considerations that commonly arise in connection with the creation, development and production of artistic works and sports activities.
Author : General Editor: Jacqueline L. King; Contributing Editors: Leonard Glickman, Jason Klein, Jordan Jacobs, David Zitzerman, Arthur Reinstein, Dale Hancocks, Daniel Webber, Steven Pasternak, Gordon Kirke, Allan Dick & Mark Quail
Discussing both amateur and professional activities, the Athletics volume sets out the legal framework which supports and regulates sports and athletic activity in Canada while the Aviation and Space volume discusses the legal framework that governs aviation in Canada and provides a narrative of the law relating to the commercial and non-commercial use of space.
Author : Jay Brecher, B.A., LL.B. & Timothy Trembley, B.A.Sc., LL.B.
Navigate Today's Increasingly Regulated Media and Communications World A must-read for legal, journalism and communications students alike, Dr. Hamilton's compelling and accessible new book provides a timely, sociological overview of the blurring lines between law and communications today. It's a work that skillfully weaves together many of the ...
Author : Dr. Sheryl N. Hamilton, LL.B, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.