Assistant Professor of Music Business in the Curb College of Entertainment & Music Business, Cheryl L. Slay, has authored Music Copyright Law, with co-writer David J. Moser. The recently published book provides an overview of the parameters of U.S. copyright law. Slay also recently served as moderator of a panel discussion titled “The Author Figure” for The Vanderbilt Journal of Entertainment & Technology Law’s Symposium on Copyright & Creativity: Perspectives on Originality, Authorship, and Expression at the Vanderbilt School of Law on Jan. 27. The panel explored copyright ownership of video game avatars, and collective ownership in online contexts like Wikipedia.
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