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Art Law Talks: Who Owns That Sound? Music in the Digital Age
Art can be messy. PLEO and Artists’ Legal Outreach can help.

Join the ALO's Legal Director, Martha Rans, on Wednesday evenings for a (virtual) happy hour glass of wine and conversation with a range of experts in legal issues relevant to artists and arts organizations across Canada.

From Led Zeppelin to Sam Smith to the Strokes, "plagiarism" in music is a hot topic today. As sounds and ideas circulate, who really owns them? On May 6, entertainment Lawyer Kurt Dahl shares his insights into what constitutes songwriting and what constitutes music plagiarism in 2020. If you're a musician, songwriter or creative person, this is a presentation you don't want to miss.

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The Art Law Talks webinar series is made possible through support from the City of Vancouver's Department of Cultural Services.

To see past webinar recordings and resources, and register for upcoming sessions, visit pacificlegaloutreach.com/webinars.

PLEO's mission is to ensure that arts, culture, and social service non-profits and low-income artists are informed about and empowered to exercise their legal rights and responsibilities. Learn more at pacificlegaloutreach.com.

Questions? Contact administrator@pacificlegaloutreach.com.

May 6, 2020 05:00 PM in Vancouver

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