Mark Davis: A Lecture on Teaching Copyright Law to Music Students

In this clip from - Music Educator's Conference, Part 2 of 4: A Lecture by Mark Davis on Teaching Copyright Law -- Full Session
In this lecture at a music educator's conference held at Loyola University New Orleans, entertainment attorney and educator Mark Davis outlines the ways in which copyright law benefits composers, artists, publishers and record labels. He also discusses how the Teach Act can help determine when fair use protections can be invoked by educators for use of copyrighted material in the classroom.


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