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Music Intellectual Property Cases

Music Intellectual Property Cases Partner(s): Charles Cronin, Jane Ginsburg
School of Law

Released: January 2002
Archived, no longer available.

The Music Intellectual Property Cases project moved to http://mcir.usc.edu.

The Music Law Copyright Infringement project provides law students and copyright scholars with access to previously inaccessible materials that may provide new insights into an often opaque area of law. By offering digital renderings of the case documents, relevant music with melody and harmony dissected, final outcomes of cases, commentary, opinions, musical scores and study questions allows a more efficient and effective presentations of these materials in the classroom. It provides for the first time versions of the works that one can easily and dramatically manipulate (with the Finale, Coda Music Plugin) that enables students to study, compare and actively engage in the analysis of the disputed the works.

Related project categories:
Case Studies | Law

Related links:
web link About the Online Music Plagiarism