Andy Bart

Andy Bart, trial lawyer and Billboard list of Top Music Lawyers, will discuss intellectual property in music.

Bart describes his session: All creative works are "born" into a legal structure that sets rules for the ownership and exploitation of those works. Understanding those rules and the practices and entities that result from those rules is essential to artists maintaining control of their works and careers and maximizing the economic potential of those works. Join me as we explore and discuss these issues in an informal and interactive discussion.

Andy Bart is a trial lawyer with over forty years of experience specializing in copyright and entertainment law and has been on the Billboard list of Top Music Lawyers for the past five years. He graduated from Columbia Law School in 1978, became a partner at the law firm of Pryor Cashman in 1986, and has been with the firm of Jenner & Block since 2006. He has received numerous recognitions and awards from major legal ranking services and publications. He has been involved in assisting National Sawdust on legal issues for the last four years. His major accomplishments are listed on his Jenner webpage.

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October 15, 2020
5:00 pm
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