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Responding to Public Performance and Ground Licensing Notices

Responding to Public Performance and Ground Licensing Notices

Today, most discussions around modern entertainment licensing revolve around digital licensing, brand extension, merchandizing and community licensing. But, not much has been discussed by scholars about the emergence and the growth of ground licensing of public performance rights. For a long time, enforcement of public performance rights on the ground was limited to popular events, and record labels turned a blind eye to other use of sound recordings, lyrics and music compositions. However, that is fast changing now. From a copyright and entertainment attorney's perspective, the change can be attributed to Novex Communications, a privately held entity and registered copyright...

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FIR Against Sunburn Festival, HRAWI Directive Against Using Novex’s Songs, Pawan Kalyan’s Agnyaathavaasi In Copyright Tussle, Songs.Pk Returns, Spotify And Copyright Infringement, More Weekly Copyright and Entertainment Law News and Updates

  Indian Copyright Statistics, FIR filed against Sunburn Festival, Rajat Kakar appointed as PPL’s Managing Director, HRAWI members to refrain from using Novex’s songs, Pawan Kalyan’s Agnyaathavaasi in copyright row, Returns,  Spotify sued for USD 1.6 Billion and  BBC to partner with tech firms and more are presented by the Copyright and Entertainment Law Attorneys and experts of BananaIP Counsels, India’s Premier New Age IP Firm COPYRIGHT QUOTE OF THE WEEK "When you have a wit of your own, it is a plesure to credit others for their own" - Cris Jami INDIAN COPYRIGHT STATISTICS There was a decrease of  14.23% in the total number of copyright...

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Landmark Copyright-related Events in the year 2016- Part I

The featured image is reads copyright as the post is about major copyright events that happened in 2016. To read more click here.

Hello readers, 2016 has been a year full of exciting changes. Almost too many. In this post and subsequent posts we will bring to you events that made headlines in the field of copyright law. Restriction of three Copyright Societies from granting licenses until April 2017 In an order issued by the Justice Endlaw of the Delhi High Court in December, Saregama India Ltd. was asked to deposit Rs.20 lakhs in Court in a copyright infringement suit filed by Zee Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. (Plaintiff) against Saregama, which allowed users to play and download songs from 29 movies for which copyright was...

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