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Social Distance And Livestreams: Protecting Music Copyright

As social distancing and self-imposed quarantines have become the norm, the live concert business has come to a screeching halt. Performing artists whose concerts have been canceled are increasingly turning to online streaming as a way to try to make up for lost income, to help raise money for charitable causes, or just to lift their fans’ spirits in the way only music can.

This article authored by partner Tal Dickstein and associate Nathalie Russell addresses the legal implications of this shift to online streaming of which performing artists and music publishers who control the rights to copyrighted musical works should be aware.

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