Artists, songwriters and publishers have made headlines for enormous catalog sales in the past two years, and the rate of deals only intensified in light of the pandemic’s effect on revenue-generating activities.
Robert Jacobs spoke with Insurance Journal on the significant uptick in litigation involving copyright infringement in the music industry.
Jordan Bromley, Brian Korn and Sophia Yen spoke with The American Lawyer on how the entertainment industry is utilizing non-fungible tokens and the associated intellectual property implications.
Jordan Bromley was among the speakers at the Beverly Hills Bar Association’s “The MLC, Mechanical Licensing Collective: Why It Matters, What’s Changing, How To Collect Your Money” panel.
Jordan Bromley has been named to The Hollywood Reporter’s 2021 “Top Music Attorneys” list
Jordan Bromley and Brian Korn discussed how non-fungible tokens (NFT) must navigate existing copyright law, an already prickly space for NFTs involving music given the music industry’s intricate web of rights-holders, with Billboard.
Manatt has once again been ranked among the nation’s leading law firms in Chambers’ 2021 USA Guide.
Jordan Bromley is quoted in Pitchfork discussing the rising popularity of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) among music artists and why it’s beneficial.
Manatt represented Downtown Music Holdings, the global independent rights management and music services company, in its sale of 145,000 copyrights to Concord Music.
Manatt is honored to have played a leading role in the transaction and to be involved in this significant industry development.