MUSIC & DIGITAL MEDIA (Spring 2016)
First published Dec 2015
Mr. Christopher Bavitz Spring 2015 Seminar | Tues 5:00pm - 7:00pm | Room TBD | 2 Credits This course explores legal issues relating to the creation, exploitation, and protection of music and other content. It focuses on traditional regimes and models and the ways new technologies have affected strategies involved in making and distributing content. The seminar balances doctrinal and policy concerns with day-to-day legal and business practices and skills relevant to practitioners.
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