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Entertainment Industry Contracts: Negotiating and Drafting Guide

Donald C. Farber (Editor)

10 vols. Looseleaf. 1986 to date.(追録年3回)

Matthew Bender. ISBN: 9780820515564

¥604,056

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【Table of Contents】

PART I: Motion Pictures

1. Introduction to Motion Picture Contracts

2. Introduction to Acquisition and Sale of Rights

3. Options

4. Acquisition of Literary Material

5. Miscellaneous Agreements Relating to the Acquisition and Sale of Rights

6. Introduction to Employment Agreements

7. Loan-Out Arrangements

8. Writer Employment

9. Producer Employment

10. Director Employment

11. Performer Employment

11A. Representing Talent

12. Consultant Employment

12A. Employment of "Below-the-Line" Personnel

12B. Use of Production Sites, Props, Materials and Equipment

12C. Employment of a Payroll Service

13. Production Financing Agreements: Initial Steps

14. Joint Venture

15. Production-Financing and Distribution

16. Investor Financing

16A. The Completion Guarantee

17. Acquisition and Distribution

18. Merchandising

19. Introduction to Licensing and Distribution Contracts

20. Film Distribution

21. Non-Theatrical Distribution

22. Network Television Film Licensing

23. Pay Television

24. Syndicated Television

25. Home Videogram: Cassette and Discs

26. Foreign Distribution

27. Negative Pickup Distribution

28. Profit Definitions and Profit Participation

29. Laboratory Agreements

30. [Reserved]

31. Advice on Determining Legal Fees in the Motion Picture Industry

32-39. [Reserved]

PART II: Book Publishing

40. Introduction to Book Publishing Contracts

40A. Author-Agent Contract

41. Trade Books

42. Professional Books

43. Publisher and Distributor

44. Publisher and Packager

45. Hard-Cover/Soft-Cover Reprint Contract

45A. Electronic Publishing

46. British Commonwealth Contracts

47. Foreign Publishers

48. The Subsidy Press

49. Termination Contract-Author and Publisher

50. The Ghost-Writer

51. Subject and Collaborator

52. Author and Contributor

53. Releases, Consents, Permissions and Assignment Forms

54. License to Record Literary Work

55. Book Clubs

56. Hard-Cover Reprint

57. First Serial Rights

58. Advice on Determining Legal Fees for Representing Clients in the Book Publishing Industry

59. Tax and Estate Planning for Authors

PART IIA: eBook Publishing

59A. eBook Publishing

PART III: Television

60. Introduction to Television Contracts

61. Rights Acquisitions

62. Literary Rights-Option and Purchase

63. Life Story Option and Purchase

63A. Game Show Rights

63B. Live Performance Rights

63C. Underlying Non-Fiction Rights

64. Introduction to Co-Production Contracts

65. International Co-Production

66. Co-Production Facilities

67. Co-Production: Pre-Sale

67A. Series Production and Participation

68. Mini-Series Co-Production

69. Joint Production

69A. Producer Loan-Out

69B. Producer/Talent Co-Production

70. Introduction to Financing Contracts

70A. Development Agreements

71. Pilot Teleplay Deal Memo

72. Pay Cable Television Production and License

73. Network Series: Production and License

74. Public Television: Production and License

75. Public Television: Corporate Underwriting [Financing]

75A. Public Television

76. Sponsor Commissioned Program

76A. Production Services

77. Introduction to Employment Contracts

78. General Employment

79. Writer Employment

79A. Series Producer Employment

80. Television Series Director Employment

81. Performer Employment

82. Independent Contractor Employment

83. Artist Loan-Out

84. Introduction to Production Contracts

85. Rights Releases

86. Music

87. Stock Footage

88. Production Insurance

89. Facilities Agreement and Technical Unions

89A. Joint Production Contracts

90. Public Affairs Programming

91. Broadcast Standards for Television Programming

92. Copyright Registration

93. Material Submission

94. Introduction to Distribution Contracts

95. Syndication Distribution

96. Broadcast Licenses

97. Video on Demand

98. Non-Theatrical Film Distribution

99. Introduction to Home Video Contracts

100. Home Video Production

101. Home Video Licensing

102. Advice on Determining Legal Fees in the Television Industry

103. [Reserved]

104. Performers in Commercials

105. Television Advertising Standards and Guidelines

105A. Video Spot

105B. Infomercials

106. Cable Network Affiliation

107. Satellite Communications

108. Television Station Asset Purchase

109. [Reserved]

PART IIIA: Internet and Interactive Media

109A. General Introduction

109B. Introduction to the Internet

109C. Setting Up a Web Site

109D. Acquiring a Domain Name

109E. Confidentiality

109F. Web Site Design and Development

109G. Privacy Policies

109H. Web Hosting

109I. Application Service Provider Agreements

109J. Internet Patents

109K. Protecting Web Site Operators from Copyright Liability

109L. The Future of Music

109M. Music Websites

109N. Film Web Sites

109O. Internet Software

109P. Samples of Terms of Use

109Q. Spam Laws and Entertainment

109R. Advertising on the Internet

109S. Representing Entertainment Related Technology Products

109T. Using Music on Websites

109U. Non-Profit Arts Organizations and the Internet

109V. Massively Multiplayer Online Role Playing Games

109W. Mobile Internet Sites

110. Introduction to the Entertainment Software Industry

111. Obtaining or Making Submissions of Entertainment Software for Review

112. Retaining an Agent

113. Developing Entertainment Software

114. Creating a Best Selling Game

115. Multimedia Entertainment Software

116. Publication of Entertainment Software

117. Distribution of Entertainment Software

118. Electronic Entertainment and Information Services

119. Selected Issues in Entertainment Software

119A. Immersive Entertainment and Virtual Reality Entertainment

119B. New Technology and the Market for Visual Art

119C. 3-D Printing Additive Manufacturing and Intellectual Property

PART IV: Theatre

120. Introduction to Theatre

121. Front Money

121A. Raising Money for a Theatrical Production

122. Co-Producers and Associate Producers

122A. General Managers

123. Obtaining a Property

123A. Acquiring Music for a Play with Music

124. Collaboration

124A. Making Both a Contribution and an Investment

125. Off-Broadway, Off-Off Broadway and Regional Theatres

125A. Touring Shows

125B. The Advertising Agency

125C. Miscellaneous Production Contracts

125D. Productions of Foreign Plays in English

125E. Not-For-Profit Production Companies

126. First Class Productions

126A. Creative Financing of a Broadway Play

126B. Producer-Controlled Productions

126C. Financing in an Unusual Way

127. Royalty Pool Formulas

128. Royalty Pool Calculations

129. The Producing Company

130. Overview of Securities Laws

130A. How to File an EDGAR Regulation D Notification

131. The New York State Arts and Cultural Affairs Law

132. Soliciting Investment for a Play

133. Contracts between Unions and Theatres

134. Contracts between Unions and Producers

135. Joint Contracts with the Theatres and Producers

135A. Contracts Involving Child Performers and Models

136. Theatre Licenses

136A. Understanding Box Office Statements

136B. Original Cast Album

136C. Film Rights in a Musical Play

136D. Taping or Filming of a Stage Production

136E. Licensing Stock and American Theatres and Producers

137. The League of American Theatres and Producers

138. Advice on Determining Legal Fees

139. Common Sense Negotiation: How to Win Gracefully

139A. Introduction to London Theatre

139B. Securing Stage Rights

139C. Finance Documents and Procedures

139D. Creative Team and Production Contracts

139E. Resource Guide

139F. Moving a Play from Broadway to London

139G. Australian Theatre

PART V: Music

140. Introduction to the Music Industry

141. Recording Artists' Names

142. Organization of Recording Artists

143. Individual Artists

144. Partnership among Group Members

145. Corporations

146. Employment of Band Members

147. Personal Managers

148. Business Managers

149. Agents

150. Live Performances

151. Engagements of Artists: Single Engagements, Extended Engagements and Tours

152. Concert and Tour Related Services and Equipment

153. [Reserved]

154. Merchandising

155. Tour Merchandise Licensing

156. Tour Sponsorship

157. Product Endorsement

158. Retail Merchandising

159. Artists and Record Companies

160. Music on the Internet

161. Sampling

162. Other Agreements Used By Record and Production Companies in Connection with the Recording of Records

163. Video Production Agreements

164. The Production Team: Record Producers, Mixers and Remixers, and Engineers

165. Producing and Mixing Agreements

166. Master Recordings Agreements

167. Physical and Digital Distribution Companies

168. Songwriters and Music Publishers

169. Single Song Agreement

170. Term Exclusive Songwriter Agreement

171. Composer and Lyricist Agreements

172. Copyright

173. Copublishing and Administration

174-175. [Reserved]

176. Subpublishing

177. Print Agreement

178. Mechanical and Synchronization Licenses

179. [Reserved]

180. Performing Rights Societies

181. ASCAP Affiliation

182. BMI Affiliation

183. The Audio Home Recording Act

184. Theatrical and Television Motion Picture Music

184A. Soundtrack Music

185. Film Composing Agreements: Business and Legal Concerns

186. Master Use Licenses

186A. Soundtrack Recording Agreements between Artist and Motion Picture Production Company

187. Introduction to Television Production

188. Advertising Music

189. Television Series Composer

190. [Reserved]

191. Broadway Cast Album

192. Advice on Determining Legal Fees for Representing Clients in the Music Industry

193-199. [Reserved]

Part VI: Entertainment Industry Executives

200. Executive Employment

201-208. [Reserved]

PART VII: Sports Contracts

209. Endorsement Agreements

210. Basketball Contracts

211. Football Contracts

212. Baseball Contracts

213. Employment Agreements

213A. Athletic Training Agreements

214. Boxing Agreements

215. Hockey Agreements

215A. Waivers and Releases

216. Auto Racing Agreements

217. Soccer Agreements

218. Golf Agreements

219. Tennis Agreements

219A. Wrestling Agreements

219B. Contracts with Fans

219C. Player Contract Buy Outs

PART VIII: Art Contracts

220. Production of Work

221. Consignments

221A. Purchase Agreements

221B. Bills of Sale

221C. Artist-Art Gallery Contracts

222. Auction Houses

223. Loan Agreements

224. Moral Rights of Authors and Artists

225. Editions

226. Commissioned Works

227. Merchandising

228. Authenticity

229. Private Dealers and Independent Consultants

230. The Sale of Multiples in New York

231. Design Commissions

232. License Agreements

233. Using Art as Security for a Loan

234-235. [Reserved]

236. Magazine Photographs