Music Licensing

Quoted: “Could Esports Learn From the Music Industry’s Licensing Scheme?” On The Esports Advocate

On February 19, 2024, The Esports Advocate quoted Justin M. Jacobson, Esq., President of Law Office of Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. as part of their article entitled “Could Esports Learn From the Music Industry’s Licensing Scheme?”  In particular, Mr. Jacobson commented on the pending lawsuit filed by popular Call of Duty gamer “Seth “Scump” Abner…
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Music Licensing for Restaurants, Nightclubs and Bars

Copyright Law: Music Licensing for Restaurants, Nightclubs and BarsBy Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. When operating a business, it is important for an owner to be aware of how restaurants, nightclubs, bars, and other hospitality enterprises can legally play music for its guests. Specifically, a public performance license must be obtained by the venue owner from […]
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Copyright of Dance Choreography

Music Law: Copyright of Dance ChoreographyBy Justin M. Jacobson, Esq. Over the years, there has been an on-going public debate regarding the copyright protection afforded to the “creator” of a dance. This includes a dispute brought by Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air actor, Alfonso Ribeiro for his “Carlton Dance” against game developer, Epic Games. Furthermore, several […]
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