Letter of the law: The legal pitfalls of live streaming

James Hanley

Music specialist Gregor Pryor of law firm Reed Smith unravels the legal minefield of livestreaming...

"The interesting thing about livestreaming is that it’s been around for such a long time. It has taken a global pandemic to create a circumstance of necessity so that people have to do it, but often they don’t understand how the law applies.

One of the issues is not necessarily around music licensing, but rights clearance and this idea that that, ‘If it's on the ...

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