Prince Record Deal and Copyright Terminations

, New York Law Journal

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Wallace Collins writes: When the 1976 Copyright Act was drafted few could envision a world where artists might not need record companies to finance, promote and distribute their records. But more digital the music business becomes, the more obsolete the large record labels become for established artists, who may begin to exercise their ability to terminate master recording copyrights.

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Originally appeared in print as Prince Record Deal Part of Ripple Effect of Copyright Terminations

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