After You Create An Entity – The “Loan-Out” and Music Production Companies

Music Business Law: After You Create An Entity – The Musician and Artist “Loan-Out” and Music Production Companies By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Previously, I explored some of the potential benefits that an artist, musician, music producer or engineer receives from establishing a business entity such as an LLC or corporation.  I also discussed some […]
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A Musician’s Basic Guide To Business Entities And Taxes In New York State

Music Business Law: A Musician’s Basic Guide To Business Entities And Taxes In New York State By Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. As an individual embarks on their chosen journey, a career in music and in the music business, it is essential for them to have a basic understanding of the complexities and formalities associated with […]
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Intellectual Property Considerations For Restaurants, Food Products and Other Culinary Establishments

Intellectual Property Considerations For Restaurants, Food Products and Other Culinary EstablishmentsBy Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. As restaurants, food companies, and other culinary establishments continue to form and grow, these companies begin to face new legal challenges similar to any other business. While there are many matters a potential restaurateur must evaluate prior to forming or […]
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Oh, No! They Rescheduled the Harry Styles Concert! Force Majeure and “Rain or Shine” Language in a Time of Disasters and Pandemics

Oh, No! They Rescheduled the Harry Styles Concert! Force Majeure and “Rain or Shine” Language in a Time of Disasters and Pandemics By Jeremy M. Evans, Esq. and Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. The sale of many consumer goods, including concert tickets, indicates something along the lines of “rain or shine.” Does this include disasters that […]
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