This law school casebook, Entertainment Law: Case and Materials in Established and Emerging Media, provides insight into the entertainment industry and teaches law students how to protect the rights of entertainers. Leading directors, screenwriters, musicians, artists, and several others discuss the impact of the law or social issues on their work. The book also includes essays submitted by experts on particular cases, such as the OJ Simpson trial and the New Kids on the Block litigation and features chapters on “Globalization of The Entertainment Industry” and “The Devil Media Made Me Do It”—claims of industry responsibility for tortious and violent behavior.
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|Edition||2nd ed., 2011|