I am an up and coming musician. A company reached out giving me the opportunity to work on a song for them. Would signing the “Name and Likeness agreement” give them the rights to all of my music and branding or just for this one song?
Here is the excerpt I am concerned about: “... Read more »
answered on Dec 15, 2021
You need to hire an attorney to review it and propose changes.
That would be a typical clause but needs to be limited to only the work you are doing.
The previous curator received articles designated for the museum but failed to log them in as a donation. The original owner has deceased and the only evidence we have is an article written by the previous curator stating that these articles were going into the museum's collection. The son of... Read more »
answered on Aug 19, 2017
This is an interesting question. It implicates several legal concerns (1) ownership of the physical letters, (2) ownership of the copyrights in them, and (3) transfer of property of the intestate (no will) of the deceased. As to (1): Intent to give the articles to the museum as a gift can be... Read more »
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