Entertainment Law: In a Nutshell (Nutshell Series)

Sherri Burr’s Entertainment Law in a Nutshell provides a comprehensive review of the law affecting film and television talent, musicians, performers, writers and other entertainers. This clearly written book includes a review of the law surrounding credit, contracts, compensation, celebrity status (including privacy and publicity rights), First Amendment, intellectual property, and talent representation. Entertainment Law

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Sherri Burr’s Entertainment Law in a Nutshell provides a comprehensive review of the law affecting film and television talent, musicians, performers, writers and other entertainers. This clearly written book includes a review of the law surrounding credit, contracts, compensation, celebrity status (including privacy and publicity rights), First Amendment, intellectual property, and talent representation. Entertainment Law in a Nutshell also addresses issues confronting Reality Television and the globalization of the entertainment industry. Burr, who interviewed numerous players in the industry for this book, writes about the film, television, and music markets with humor and wit. As author Tony Hillerman said, “It’s nice to be cited in a law book and not be a suspect.”

Comments

A. J. Sutter says:

Very Mediocre Sorry, I can’t agree with the previous rave review. 

Wish Monster says:

This book undermined my exam review and was worse than useless This book is terrible. Don’t buy it. 

Daniel H. says:

Poorly edited and researched I’m completing an independent study on entertainment law, and more specifically, copyright law and how it pertains to filmmaking. I got this book among several others, and was a little surprised at how poorly written this book is. First off, the editing is TERRIBLE: there are spelling and grammar mistakes ALL OVER the book! On some pages it’s outright ridiculous. Honestly, who proofread this before publication? 

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