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by Bart Day Entertainment Attorney
Recording Contracts: The Basic Concepts
Releasing Your Own Record:
A 15-point Legal Checklist
Management Deals: The Basic Deal Points
Trademarking Band Names: The Basic Steps
Record Producer Agreements: The Basics
Eight Types of Publishing Deals: An Overview
Note: Bart Day is an entertainment attorney who divides his time between Los Angeles and Portland, Oregon. He has represented numerous nationally known recording artists, record companies, music publishers, computer game companies, managers, and producers, and has served as Vice-President of Legal and Business Affairs for a Los Angeles entertainment company
Bart is the co-author with Chris Knab of the book “Music is Your Business: The Musician’s FourFront Strategy for Success,” published in 2007. He is also the co-author of a chapter (entitled “Contracts and Relationships between Major Labels and Independent Labels”) in The Musician’s Business and Legal Guide, a book compiled by the Beverly Hills Bar Association and published internationally by Prentice Hall Publishing (New York and currently in its 4th edition).
From 1998 to 2002, Bart was an elected member of the Board of Governors of the Pacific NW Chapter of the Recording Academy (presenter of the Grammy Awards).
The reader is cautioned to seek the advice of the reader’s own attorney concerning the applicability of the general principles discussed above to the reader’s own activities.
Bartley F. Day
The Entertainment Law Group
1001 S.W. Fifth Avenue, Suite 1100
Portland, OR 97204 USA