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Midem 2014, music trade show, London music law firm Crefovi, Crefovi off to Midem 2014

Crefovi off to Midem 2014! Cannes we are coming | London music law firm Crefovi

Crefovi off to Midem 2014! Cannes we are coming. Crefovi will attend Midem this year.  Crefovi available at Riviera Open Zone 11 during Midem 2014 Crefovi will be available to meet you and talk with you during the whole duration of Midem 2014. Don’t hesitate to reach out, if you have any legal and business questions more »

European collective rights management societies, sacem, music law, crefovi

A turn of the screw for European collective rights management societies: when will they act? | London music law firm Crefovi

Researching on the evolution of the role of European collective rights management societies makes interesting reading, especially now when such role is challenged on a daily basis by authors, European regulators and courts, as well as commercial users. Sadly, I am under the impression that European collective rights management societies still have not quite grasped more »

Rihanna, Topshop, Crefovi, lawsuit

Rihanna Topshop & passing off: a love/hate relationship | London law firm for creative industries Crefovi

Jeff Randall interviewed Crefovi’s founding partner, Annabelle Gauberti, during his live show on Sky News, on 31 July 2013, the day on which the court judgment Rihanna vs Topshop was made public. As  Jeff’s interview was really short and snappy, Annabelle did not get a chance to say what she thought was important about this court more »

Music law, musical adaptation, music law firm, Crefovi

Music law | What’s wrong with musical adaptations of French songs and their ensuing rights? | London music law firm Crefovi

As a talented songwriter, have you ever been tempted to adapt and arrange that gracious French song, currently playing on a local radio in an exotic place? Well, if you have ever contemplated that option, I suggest that you think about it twice and be prepared to jump through hoops to make any musical adaptations more »

BPI, trade mission, British publishers institution, London music law firm, Crefovi

London music law firm Crefovi off to BPI trade mission in France’s SACEM

London music law firm Crefovi delighted to attend British Recorded Music Industry BPI trade mission in France at SACEM on 14 and 15 May 2013 The aim of the mission is to support UK music companies grow their knowledge of the unique and very special current French music market, and meet and network with French music more »