Special Report: Music lawyers

Murray Stassen

Success in the music business often comes down to entrepreneurial nous, being in the right place at the right time, finding a gap in the market, or pure creative genius.

But whether you think you have a hit record on your hands, a great start-up idea or you’re looking to make a significant catalogue acquisition, you’re definitely going to need good legal advice to progress.

Let’s face it, spending money on a lawyer might not seem like a necessary expense ...

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