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The Changing Nature of Sound Recording Rights

The following post comes from Meghan Carlin, who is in her second year at Osgoode Hall Law School in Toronto, Ontario. In addition to her work with the IPilogue, Meghan is a Fellow with the Innovation Clinic and is Co-President of the Osgoode Entertainment and Sports Law Association. Read more

Despite Professors’ Misleading Rhetoric, CLASSICS is a Big Win for Everyone

the word "copyright" typed on a typewriterBy Matthew Barblan

America’s music industry is experiencing a historic moment. For the first time ever, stakeholders from across the industry have set aside their differences and come together to find a way to modernize our music licensing system. And what’s more, these diverse stakeholders—ranging from artists and record labels, to songwriters and music publishers, to the technology companies that distribute music throughout the country—have finally agreed on a framework for legislative reform. Read more