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A music industry meet up and discussion.

Meet us at the Syntax Lounge for a conversation about the music business. We will spend a few minutes doing introductions before opening the floor for questions and conversation. We believe that sharing our hard lessons, success stories and questions with each other will help us all to make better decisions with our own bands.

Our guest this month is Dave Ratner. You have probably met him at the Denver Music Summit, through the Creative Law Network or just bumping in to him at a show. Dave is a terrific resource for Denver so bring your questions about deals, contracts and licensing.

"Building on his music industry experience, Dave is an expert at band formation and separation agreements, management and agency deals, recording and distribution contracts, and all forms of licensing. Outside the realm of music, Dave works with all members of the creative community including filmmakers and video production companies, graphic designers and web services providers, authors, publishers, photographers, fashion designers, and anyone else who considers their work an art form. His clients are not just traditional artists but include creative individuals and entities in a variety of industries. Dave’s practice concentrates on advising both creative and general business clients on all aspects of intellectual property and business law.
Dave Ratner’s intellectual property expertise focuses on copyrights and trademarks, from registration and prosecution, to in-licensing and out-licensing, as well as negotiation of coexistence agreements and co-creator agreements, assignments and transfers, and all infringement issues. His work with business and entrepreneurial clients includes counseling and guidance on entity formation and structuring, capitalization, asset protection and exploitation, independent contractor and employment agreements, confidentiality, non-disclosure, non-compete and non-solicitation, collections, dispute resolution, and complex negotiations."
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By: Greater Than Collective

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