Entertainment Law

This course examines the legal issues and business practices relating to the entertainment industry, with areas of focus including the following business segments: talent representation (talent agencies, personal managers, attorneys); recorded music; music publishing; motion pictures; and television and other video programming services (terrestrial, cable, satellite, and IP-based distribution).  The class studies relevant case law and statutes to identify and discuss the significant legal principles.  In addition, the class reviews and analyzes certain representative agreements to present a practical perspective of entertainment law.
Credits: 2

Type: LEC

When is this course offered? Fall and Spring semesters