Law, Society and Popular Culture

Steve Greenfield appears at the Music Publishers' Association

6 May 2010

Steve Greenfield was an invited guest speaker on music business contracts at a Music Publishers’ Association seminar, where he spoke about the need to rethink the nature of contractual practices.

Guy Osborn, with Mark James from Salford Law School, gave a paper entitled ‘Protecting Commerce or Preserving Culture’ at the Ithaca College Conference on Law, Policy and the Olympic Movement on the 14th May.

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