Research Entertainment Law and the Music Industry in HeinOnline

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Shannon Sabo

Last week, the world lost another entertainment icon, Prince. His music crossed generations and genres alike, and after news of his untimely and sudden death broke, many donned purple and blasted his familiar hits. In Minnesota, Prince's home state, fans celebrated his life with dance parties. Prince, whose full name was Prince Rogers Nelson, was a singer and multiple-instrumentalist who was known for his flamboyant entertainment style and eclectic work.

While Prince initially helped to pioneer online distribution of music, his relationship with the internet became rather contentious. He was one of the first musicians to sell his music online, when his 1997 album Crystal Ball was released exclusively on the internet; he even won the Webby Lifetime Achievement Award in 2006…

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Intellectual Property Law Collection

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Shannon Sabo

What does the late music legend and Rock and Roll Hall of Fame member David Bowie have to do with the concept of intellectual property? Back in the late 1990s, David Bowie's recording and distribution deal was about to expire, and his business manager was looking for new finance options to help buy out Bowie's former business manager and to raise a significant amount of money before Bowie returned to live in the United Kingdom.  During a meeting between Bowie, his manager, and investment banker David Pullman, the concept of Bowie Bonds was realized. Bowie was able to sell $55 million in bonds backed by future music royalty payments and copyrights…

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Official Gazettes of the United States Patent and Trademark Office Available in HeinOnline's Intellectual Property Law Collection!

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Shannon Sabo

Where can a researcher find the Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office: Patents or Official Gazette of the United States Patent and Trademark Office: Trademarks? HeinOnline's Intellectual Property Law Collection now contains access to the full run of both Official Gazettes, which began as the Official Gazette of the United States Patent Office and in 1971 separated into two Gazettes with categories of Trademarks and Patents. Effective with the May 2014 content release, HeinOnline now includes the full archives of both sets!

The Official Gazette: Trademarks print version ceased in December of 2012 but continues to be published electronically…

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It's Columbus Day!

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Miranda Rosati

Save 14% off Legislative Histories!

In honor of Columbus Day, we’d like to offer you a 14% discount on the following legislative history libraries from HeinOnline:

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Contact marketing@wshein.com, 800-828-7571, or your Sales Representative and reference promotion code: COLUMBUS by Wednesday, October 12. This promotion is for the first year of your subscription.

 

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HeinOnline Labor Day Promotion – Save 10-15% on Key Legislative History Libraries

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In honor of Labor Day, we are offering special savings on HeinOnline’s legislative history libraries. That includes:

  • Taxation and Economic Reform in America, Parts I and II, 1781-2010
  • History of Bankruptcy: Taxation and Economic Reform in America, Part III
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Have you subscribed to HeinOnline's Intellectual Property Law Collection yet?

Intellectual Property Law Collection
Miranda Rosati

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Intellectual Property Law Collection is HeinOnline’s newest a-la-carte library and focuses on copyrights, patents and trademarks in the United States. It includes nearly 2 million pages of legislative histories, treaties, documents, classics, and more!
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Intellectual Property Law Collection: Now Available!

Intellectual Property Law Collection
Miranda Rosati

HeinOnline is pleased to introduce its newest a-la-carte library, the Intellectual Property Law Collection.

This library focuses on copyrights, patents and trademarks in the United States, including the following materials:
    • More than 100 legislative histories, which provides researchers with a complete history of copyright laws from 1909 to date 
    • More than 270 books 
    • Code of Federal Regulations Title 37 
    • U.S. Code Titles 17 & 35 
    • Manual of Patent Examining Procedure 
    • More than 50 periodicals 
    • Links to Law Review articles that discuss Intellectual Property Law 
    • Trademark Manual Examining Procedure – COMING SOON! 

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