[spp-player]Entertainment Lawyers Xerona Duke and Ollachi “Enze” Holman appear on The Africa Music Law Show’s 48th episode with Ms. Uduak to round up the discussion on the legal issues in some of the latest and hottest topics in pop culture. This time they focus on the music and film industries in Nigeria and the U.S. It’s a fun, entertaining, and informative panel and an episode you do not want to miss! Listen and share.
Inside this Episode:
- Is Nigeria Ready for the Creative Commons?
- Is IROKO TV’s move to shut down its Africa website a good move?
- What are some of actions of DSTV that has led to allegations of Human Rights Violation? Are anti-trust laws needed in the country to keep companies like DSTV in line?
- How do artists avoid drug use to avoid ruining their lives & careers?
- Fordham launches world’s first Fashion Law Degrees
- What is the real deal behind Taylor Swift and Apple Music?
- Sony’s Equity Stake is Challenged in a Big Lawsuit & the Industry is Paying Close Attention.
Where to Find Enze
Where to Find Xerona Duke
Facebook: Xerona Duke
- Tobore Ovuorie v. Ebonylife TV: Why Mo Abudu is Most Likely Liable for Copyright Infringement
- Why Davido’s Termination of Lil’ Frosh’s Contract for Domestic Violence is a Powerful and Positive Change for Nigerian Society
- #EndSARS Protests and Your Legal Rights if Arrested While Protesting in Nigeria
- AML142: The Business of Music in North Africa
- AML 141: Meet Camille Storm, Founder of C&C Distro, a Kenyan Music Distribution Company