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Music licensing | IP Clinic: They’re playing our song. Sue them!

What happens when brands fail to secure the right music licences for their advertising campaigns? Read the answers in this article on music licensing, written by Tom Foster, Head of Film & TV – Licensing, Universal Music Publishing; Richard Kirstein, founder of Resilient Music and Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner at London music law firm Crefovi more »

Endorsement deals, law of luxury goods and fashion, Crefovi

Hip-hop & film stars to market fashion & luxury products: is this for real?

Yes! It happens more & more frequently that celebrities & entertainers market fashion & luxury products. And stars love it, as it compliments nicely their revenues from their entertainment activities & allow them to reach a wider audience. What are the advantages & pitfalls of marketing through celebrities & music bands? How do you strike such more »

Nicolas Burgener, endorsement deals, ialci, law of luxury goods series

Law of luxury goods series: how to market through celebrities & music bands – publicity rights, product placement & endorsement deals

Crefovi is delighted to partner up with Ladurée and the international association of lawyers for the creative industries (ialci) for the launch of the first seminar of the law of luxury goods series “How to market through celebrities & music bands – publicity rights, product placement & endorsement deals”. Crefovi is proud to launch an more »

New EU regulations on consumer contracts, Crefovi,

New EU consumer contracts legislation came into force on 13 June 2014. Are you ready for this tsunami?

There has been a drastic change to consumer contracts legislation in each of the 28 member-states of the European Union, further to the coming into force, on 13 June 2014, of new national rules transposing Directive n. 2011/83/EU on consumer rights. Let’s have a look at how these changes and new EU consumer contracts legislation 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 »