Entertainment Law in Nigeria
A comprehensive book in 22 chapters and over 640 pages, covering:
** in-depth analyses of the basic principles, concepts, legal and regulatory landscapes, and emerging trends in the entertainment industries of film, music, sports, broadcast media, and arts.
** practical understanding of the application of intellectual property law to the business of entertainment; including contract issues, rights exploitation, registrations, licensing, transfer, franchising, etc.
** full range of easy-to-use resource materials in the form of commonly used industry precedents and forms, together with accompanying explanatory notes. The book, proudly the first published work on entertainment law in Nigeria is the definitive resource and a textbook for practitioners and persons working in the entertainment industries of film, music, sports, broadcast media and the arts; including entrepreneurs and investors in these industries.
About the author.
Michael Dugeri is a Senior Associate in the commercial law firm of Austen-Peters & Co, where he focuses his practice on entertainment, technology, corporate, intellectual property, and general business transactions. He is also a public speaker and facilitator at events that provide capacity building for artists, writers, directors, and producers in the media and entertainment industries.