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Music Law

From music producers to musicians, we help develop and implement your business structure and manage your agreements, so that you can focus on the music.

Being a Musician is a Business (The 25-Year Reversion Rule)

9 Words – Music Partner Expectations

Being a Musician is a Business (ISRC)

Canada Day: The Perfect Day to Support Canadian Content (4th Edition)

Being a Musician is Business (Ontario Arts Council)

Being a Musician is a Business (Publishing Agreements)

Being a Musician is a Business (Music Rights Administration)

Being a Musician is a Business (Music Agreement Tips)

Being a Musician is a Business (Our Music Union)

Being a Musician is a Business (Music Investment Agreements)

Canada Day: The Perfect Day to Support Canadian Content (3rd Edition)

Being a Musician is a Business (SOCAN)

Being a Musician is a Business (SoundExchange)

Being a Musician is a Business (Music Agreement Red Flags)

Being a Musician is a Business (Management Agreements)

Being a Musician is a Business (Music in Ads)

Being a Musician is a Business (Setting up a Publishing Company)

Canada Day: The perfect day to support Canadian Content (2nd Edition)

Being a Musician is a Business (Producer Agreement Edition)

Being a Musician is a Business (Band Agreement Edition)

Record Label Agreements… Understanding That Stuff above the Dotted Line

Being a Musician is a Business (FACTOR’s Artist Development Program Edition) – AMENDED WITH JAN 2017 DEADLINE

Being a Musician is a Business (Record Label Agreement Edition #1)

Music is a Business (Publishing Edition)

Ask a Lawyer: Non-Canadian Talent Working in Canada in Film and TV

Ask a Lawyer: Public Domain, Classical Music and the Layers of Copyright Protection

Canada Day: The perfect day to support Canadian Content

Ask A Lawyer: Copyrighted Music in YouTube Videos