Location: Zoom virtual Meeting (5pm Central European Time / Germany time zone)
Moderated by: Rafael Kassier, Tobias Goldmann
Speaker(s): Philipp G. Lengeling
Come join this talk and Q&A with music tech attorney Philipp Lengeling for practical pointers and legal considerations relevant in the context of doing and participating audio recording sessions and productions. What are some common pitfalls in the context of collaborating with others? Who will “own” which rights to what content? What, at minimum, should be done prior and after a recording session? How to deal with professionals vs. amateurs/hobbyists?
Philipp will share his views and advice based on practical experience working with audio tech companies, producers, and artists across the globe.
Philipp G. Lengeling, Mag. iur., LL.M. (New York), Esq. - RafterMarsh
Philipp G. Lengeling is an attorney based in New York (U.S.A.) and Hamburg (Germany), who is heading the New York and Hamburg based offices for RafterMarsh, a transatlantic boutique law firm (California, New York, U.K., Germany) that specializes in audio technology, music and other tech industries. Due to Philipp’s international legal background (he holds law degrees from both Germany and the U.S.), Philipp advises European and U.S. clients in cross-border B2B and B2C tech-transactions, tech and music licensing matters, and privacy and consumer protection compliance. Philipp also teaches a course as Adjunct Professor at Fordham Law School (New York). Out of the office, Philipp immerses himself in music by playing the keyboard, the guitar and as a producer in numerous music projects.
The colloquium will be held in English with a 30-minute presentation, followed by a 60-minute discussion. We are looking forward to an interactive presentation and encourage participants to ask questions.
The Meeting Format: We will be hosting this meeting using Zoom. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar. For most participants, audio and video are muted during the presentation. In the discussion they can be unmuted (indicated by the raised hand function). This will be explained again at the beginning of the meeting. For a better quality we suggest to use a headset with microphone. The presentation will be recorded. By turning on your camera you are consenting for your image to be used in a photograph of the event.
Other Business: There will be an open discussion after the talk.
Posted: Saturday, October 23, 2021