The Evolving Music Ecosystem Conference: Day Three Recap

The following post comes from Bradfield Biggers, a graduate of Boston College Law School and Founder & CEO of Timshel Inc., a music fintech company that provides data-driven cashflow solutions to musical artists in Los Angeles, California. This is the third of three posts (see day one recap and day two recap) summarizing our three-day … Continue reading “The Evolving Music Ecosystem Conference: Day Three Recap”

Senator Ron Wyden, Stop Harming Independent Creators

Here’s a brief excerpt of a post by CPIP Senior Scholar Eric Priest and Professor Sean Pager that was published at IPWatchdog: As the current pandemic eviscerates jobs throughout our economy, Congress has a rare opportunity to improve the lot of one long-besieged group of workers: creators. Authors, songwriters, photographers, artists, filmmakers, and many other … Continue reading “Senator Ron Wyden, Stop Harming Independent Creators”

Making Copyright Work for Creative Upstarts

The following post is by CPIP Research Associate Matt McIntee, a rising 2L at George Mason University School of Law. McIntee reviews a paper from CPIP’s 2014 Fall Conference, Common Ground: How Intellectual Property Unites Creators and Innovators. By Matt McIntee In Making Copyright Work for Creative Upstarts, recently published in the George Mason Law … Continue reading “Making Copyright Work for Creative Upstarts”