5 edition of Contract and control in the entertainment industry found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 201-208).
|Statement||Steve Greenfield and Guy Osborn.|
|Series||Studies in modern law and policy|
|Contributions||Osborn, Guy, 1966-|
|LC Classifications||KD3720 .G74 1998|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 210 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||210|
|LC Control Number||98003170|
This agreement also contains provisions regarding notice of disclosure and how confidential information (such as documents, software programs or media) will be returned. This Confidentiality, Non-Disclosure and Circumvention Agreement is widely used in the entertainment industry but can be tailored for any situation. Director Employment Agreement. Providing contract templates covering book publishing, recording contracts, actor agreements, video game agreements, and internet agreements, among others, this new edition is more useful and illustrative of the business of entertainment for lawyers, students, and industry professionals than its competition.
The entertainment industry poses many potential legal complications. Consulting with a business attorney prior to negotiating any formal contracts or copyright privileges is always a wise thing to do. Speaking with the proper entertainment lawyer will inform you of your rights in the entertainment industry and protect your interests. Whether it's a favorite television show, an artist at the top of the music charts, a best-selling book, or a hometown sports team, we love entertainment. It's big business and in this accessible introduction, Andi Stein and Beth Bingham Evans give readers a glimpse inside the industry, to better understand how each segment operates and the challenges and trends it faces.
Industry structures and segments 23 Structures 23 Segments 24 Valuation variables 29 Discounted cash ﬂows 29 Comparison methods 30 Options 31 Concluding remarks 31 Notes 33 Selected additional reading 37 Part II Media-dependent entertainment Chapter 2 Movie macroeconomics 41 Flickering images 42 May the forces be with you Contract 33 Management P A Thompson BSc(Eng), MSc, CEng, FICE, MIWES University of Manchester Institute of Science and Technology Contents Introduction 33/3 Project and contract organization 33/3 Introduction 33/3 Organization of design and construction 33/5 Decision making and control 33/5 Project.
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Contract and Control in the Entertainment Industry: Dancing on the Edge of Heaven (Studies in Modern Law and Policy) 1st Edition by Steve Greenfield (Author)Cited by: Contract and Control in the Entertainment Industry Pages pages This book examines the contractual relationships of creative artists within a number of areas of the entertainment industry.
Whilst it focuses specifically on football, cricket, boxing and music, developments within other parts of the entertainment business are by: This book examines the contractual relationships of creative artists within a number of areas of the entertainment industry.
Whilst it focuses specifically on football, cricket, boxing and music, developments within other parts of the entertainment business are observed. Entertainment Industry Contracts is an authoritative form book that is your negotiating and drafting guide for contracts in the major areas of the entertainment industry, including entertainment software, all backed by expert knowledge.
Get this from a library. Contract and control in the entertainment industry: dancing on the edge of heaven. [Steve Greenfield; Guy Osborn] -- Discusses the music industry, football, boxing and cricket.
In addition to contract forms, these bound volumes include advice to the attorney on negotiating and drafting contracts in every area of the entertainment industry: film, book publishing, television, computer/video games, theater, music, sports, s: 1.
Entertainment Contracts – Another iconic case is that of “Mary Poppins.” The relationship between the book author Pamela L. Travers and Walt Disney can be qualified as an epic personality struggle over rights. Mrs. Travers would never agree to Poppins/Disney adaptation, though Disney made several attempts to persuade her to change her mind.
Contract for rights. This is another type of contract prevalent in the entertainment industry. The contract is applicable for using a certain creative property like a photo or song by way of transfer of license or copyright ownership. Often the contract for rights comes along with the personal service agreement.
subordinate to this Stetson University Entertainment Contract. The terms and conditions of this Stetson University Entertainment Contract and the rights, privileges, duties, and obligations arising pursuant thereto shall at all times and in all events and situations be controlling and prevailing.
Entertainment Contract Pitfalls. The most important aspect of any contract is for your team to control the drafting, even if it costs more legal fees, because the battle can be won or lost at. Contracts in the Film and Television Industry, 3rd Edition BOOK. Contracts for the Film & Television Industry is an invaluable collection of 80 sample entertainment contracts along with discussions of the terms and ideas contained therein.
Armed with this book, filmmakers can save thousands of dollars in legal fees. Entertainment contracts are sometimes also referred to as a booking agreement, engagement contract, appearance contract, or other. By creating a written entertainment contract, you may create legally enforceable terms dealing with copyrights, liability waivers and releases, exclusive agency, licensing, performing rights, privacy rights, and any.
What To Look For In A Contract Law Book. Regardless of whether you’re a student or an entrepreneur, there are a few key points you’ll need your contract law book to touch on. You should expect it to include a comprehensive overview of the subject and its origins, plus cover concepts like intent, third party contracts, and the Uniform Commercial Code.
Books shelved as entertainment-industry: As You Wish: Inconceivable Tales from the Making of The Princess Bride by Cary Elwes, Bossypants by Tina Fey, Ye. The entertainment industry relies on complex contracts drafted to protect the entertainment companies against economic risk. The entertainment contracts often contain clauses that artists may consider to be unnecessarily complex or one-sided.
Record companies use complex contractual formulas to determine royalty payments to their artists. Contracts for the Film & TV Industry (3rd Edition) By: Mark Litwak An invaluable collection of 80 sample entertainment contracts along with discussions of the terms and ideas contained therein.
Armed with this book, filmmakers can save thousands of dollars in legal fees. Entertainment Industry Management Contracts Basics. Business contracts Business Entertainment law.
This guide attempts to outline the major considerations in a modern talent management contract. Effective management is critical for an artist's career development. Therefore, a good management contract is often one of the first and one of the.
contract,25 while Section granted the court-continuing jurisdiction over such plans or funds III. THE DEVELOPMENT OF NEW YORK LAW The history and development of New York law governing the employment of minors in entertainment industry is not as rich as that of its California counterpart.
Entertainment law is an area of law that specifically deals with legal matters and issues in the entertainment industry. People who are in areas like sports, media, music, arts, television, and more are all going to need the services of an entertainment lawyer at some point.
Not all publishing contracts, in other words, need to look the same. A major impetus of the Fair Contract Initiative, as we’ve mentioned before, is to challenge publishers and authors alike to be more creative in solving the challenges of the twenty-first century publishing industry.
The majority of these listed entertainment industry documents, I have witnessed in and through my own professional experience since and even prior. You will note that, where appropriate, there is some overlap between the multiple items on the exhaustive list of entertainment contracts below.The entertainment industry has long relied on temporary workers classified as independent contractors to provide flexibility in accommodating the project-by-project nature of the industry.
In the production and post-production context, studios often utilize contract workers, sometimes called “freelancers”, to fulfill their production needs.The loss of income to the talent is tiny compared to the cost the entertainment company will incur to change its position because of the loss of rights to those assets.
There is a modest cost to assuring that these contracts are not subject to disaffirmance, and that the entertainment .