In-house announcement: My law firm colleague Ron Rosen has a new book out from Oxford University Press: Music and Copyright. It’s perhaps the only book to deal specifically with music litigation. The book provides a roadmap to the entire music litigation process, including an analysis of the structure and grammar of music – essential to analyzing infringement issues.
Ron’s a veteran entertainment litigator, and the book is packed with examples, advice, case studies, forms and commentary. For more info, check out Amazon. At $170 (Amazon price) and over 600 pages, this one’s definitely intended for lawyers practicing in the field. For those readers, it’s an essential.