Music Law: an essential guide for professionals

30 Nov 2023
1° modulo: 10:00 - 13:30 / 2° modulo: 14:30 - 17:00
Entrance fee 780 Euro (modulo singolo 390,00)
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Are you a musician, producer or fellow enthusiast interested in better understanding the legal aspects of the music industry?

Join our exclusive course, “Music Law: an essential guide for professionals”, and learn how to proceed with greater legal awareness.

During the event, the lawyers from Canella Camaiora Law Firm will guide you through all the different aspects of the music industry. Whether you are a songwriter, musician, performer, producer or publishing company, understanding contracts and related legal issues is always essential. Focusing on copyrights, licensing, record contracts, and management related to the production and sale of music, this course will cover the most relevant topics in the industry.

Module 1: Contractual and Strategic Aspects in the Music Industry (10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.)

  • Overview of the main contracts in use in the music industry: from production and publishing contracts to record/phonographic contracts.
  • Details and specifications of concessions and licenses (masters, audio-video synchronization).
  • Contract formulas and standards in use: a practical guide.
  • Artist releases: what to know and how to handle them.

Module 2: exclusivity, plagiarism and legal protection in music (2:30 to 5:00 p.m.)

  • How to recognize and manage contractual violations.
  • Plagiarism and counterfeiting in music: how to protect your work.
  • Case studies of illicit use of musical works, phonograms and phonographic recordings.
  • Management contracts, live performances and touring: best practices and legal advice.


The Webinar is held by professionals from the Canella Camaiora Law Firm: according to a survey by Statista, in collaboration with IlSole24Ore, the Firm has been confirmed for four years in a row – 2020, 2021, 2022, 2023 – as one of the best Italian law firms for the area of intellectual property.


Music Law: an essential guide for professionals will be held as a Live Webinar on 30 November 2023, in Italian.

The event will take place as a Zoom meeting. We will provide you with attendance instructions upon confirmation of your registration. We suggest connecting to the event at least 15 minutes before it starts.

The overall cost of the course, which includes both modules, is 780 Euro. However, you can purchase each module separately, at a cost of 390 Euro per module .Don’t miss this opportunity: refine your skills, protect your interests and operate with greater confidence in an industry that is as fascinating as it is complex. Book now and secure your place in our “Music Law: an essential guide for professionals” event.


Please note that the educational course is free of charge and that the request for the issue of a certificate of attendance is totally discretionary and optional. If you are currently living outside Italy and you would like to request a certificate of attendance, please contact us here.

Only in the event that the participant explicitly requests a certificate of attendance, will the organisation request a minimal financial contribution, due to the administrative management of the file (verification of actual participation, creation and transmission of the certificate). The cost of the certificate in digital format is € 14.99 incl. VAT*. The paper version of the certificate, in colour and bearing the original signatures of the speakers and organisers, costs € 27.99 incl. VAT*. After booking, in order to request and obtain the certificate of participation, you must carefully follow the instructions that will be sent to you by e-mail from the organisers.

Please note that the certificate of participation is proof of participation in the Webinar for which it was issued, however, it does not constitute a legal title valid for the purposes of public tenders and/or for university credits. Given the divulgative nature of the event, it does not entitle to receive credits to be used as proof of lawyers’ continuous professional education.

*VAT 22% is applied only to EU citizens and Italian companies.

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