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How to lawfully broadcast your soundtracks in bars, restaurants, hotels & other public spaces, from France | Music law firm Crefovi

When a France-based sound system provider reproduces some phonograms on soundtracks, in order to propose such soundtracks for broadcasting in public spaces such as restaurants, bars, hotels, or shops, he/she needs to have a proper strategy in place, to lawfully implement his/her business plan. Especially when it comes to fostering useful and productive relationships with more »

Copyright in the digital era

Copyright in the digital era: how the creative industries can cash in

Why authors, songwriters, composers, music publishers, movie producers, scriptwriters as well as digital service providers have everything to win in finding a consensus on copyright in the digital era. Back in July 2015, I wrote a detailed article on neighbouring rights in the digital era and how the music industry may cash in on this exponentially more »

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Crefovi to speak at MaMa workshop in Paris | Neighbouring rights at MaMa | London music law firm

Annabelle Gauberti, founding partner of London music law firm Crefovi, was a guest speaker at MaMa’s workshop on finding your neighbouring rights abroad. Neighbouring rights at MaMa: insightful! Emmanuel Legrand, star moderator and Music Week journalist, invited the founding partner of London music law firm Crefovi, Annabelle Gauberti, to be a guest speaker on neighbouring rights at MaMa more »

Neighbouring rights in the digital era

Neighbouring rights in the digital era: how the music industry can cash in

Why sound recording producers, sound recording artists and performers as well as digital service providers have everything to win in finding a consensus on neighbouring rights in the digital era  As we detailed in our previous article on our take on Midem 2015, the music industry’s digital revenues grew by 6.9% to USD6.9 billion in 2014 more »

music licensing

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 »