"You Say You Want a Revolution?" -- The Impact of Digital Distribution in the Music Industry

11/15/2006

Corporate, Emerging Companies + Venture Capital, Intellectual Property Litigation, Interferences, Internet, Media + Entertainment, and IP Due Diligence

New York, NY

Seminar

A panel discussion of emerging business, technology and legal trends affecting the online and wireless distribution of music. Our panelists will include representatives from major record companies, music publishers and digital distribution services. Join us for insights into:

  • How digital distribution is transforming the music industry. What are the key issues in the music industry’s transition to digital distribution and how are these challenges being addressed?
  • The rise of social networking websites and user-generated content. Friends or foes?
  • The real-world impact of the Supreme Court’s Grokster decision. What other cases are being closely watched by the industry?

Speakers:

Aileen Atkins, Senior Vice President, Business Affairs and General Counsel, Napster, LLC
Jacqueline C. Charlesworth, Senior Vice President and General Counsel, National Music Publishers' Association, Inc.
Susan Feingold, Senior Vice President, Legal and Business Affairs, EMI Music North America
Robert Khedouri, Co-CEO/President and Co-Founder, MusicGremlin, Inc.
Elliott Peters, Vice President, Senior Counsel and Head of Digital Legal Affairs, Warner Music Group Corp.
John Delaney, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

Moderator:

Lisa Weiss, Partner, Morrison & Foerster LLP

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