2021 Copyright Year In Review – 12/9/21 Webinar

| December 10, 2021 | 0 Comments

Members and guests of the Copyright Society of the South enjoyed a webinar on December 9, 2021, with guest speaker Stan Soocher who presented his annual copyright review.

Stan Soocher is Professor Emeritus of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies at the University of Colorado’s Denver Campus and the long-time Editor-in-Chief of Entertainment Law & Finance. In addition, Stan is an award-winning journalist and entertainment attorney. He is author of the books Baby You’re a Rich Man:  Suing the Beatles for Fun & Profit,  They Fought the Law:  Rock Music Goes to Court, as well as the chapter contribution “Twenty-First-Century Patronage: The Road to Billy Joel’s Madison Square Garden Concert Residency” included in the new book We Didn’t Start the Fire:  Billy Joel and Popular Music Studies.

This is Stan’s 25th consecutive year presenting “Copyright Year in Review” to the Copyright Society of the South.


The Copyright Society of the South was formed in 1988 in Nashville, Tennessee, consisting of music publishers, attorneys, business professionals,  and academians interested in the field of copyright law. Its mission is to provide a forum for study and discussion of domestic and international copyright law and other matters pertaining to the entertainment industry. It provides seminars, speakers, presentations, and the opportunity to present various points of view on subjects of interest to the membership. The Society refrains from taking a lobbying role or endorsing or sponsoring political positions or candidates.

The Society also offers a scholarship awards program for students majoring in copyright-related fields.

To apply for membership please visit https://copyrightsocietyofthesouth.com/membership-application/ .

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