31 Aug Registering Multiple Musical Works in a Single Copyright Registration – NYSBA Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Journal
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By Marc Jacobson and Marc Pellegrino
A Reply to: Does Registering Multiple Works in a Single Application Limit Remedies for Copyright Infringement? (EASL Journal (Fall/Winter 2012) (Vol. 23, No. 3))
The article entitled “Does Registering Multiple Works in a Single Application Limit Remedies for Copyright Infringement,” appearing in the Fall/Winter 2012 EASL Journal, written by Steve Gordon, Esq., suggests that “if a single application for more than one work is properly completed, visual artists, writers, composers, recording artists and other creators can retain all the legal remedies afforded by the Copyright Act while saving money by avoiding multiple registration fees.”
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