CNN’s Inside Africa profiles Nigerian music megastar2Face/TuFace. Relevant to www.Africamusiclaw.com, 2Face says, “the respect for intellectual property is still very, very, very low.” I agree. Indeed it is why I launched this website, the first of its kind. I believe and see the end result which is a Nigerian Music Industry that is thriving, successful and strengthened with a better understanding of its intellectual properties and intellectual property laws. This vision makes me very excited! Enjoy his interview below.
I am a trial lawyer as well as the founder and principal attorney for UDUAK LAW FIRM, a firm serving the fashion and entertainment industries. You can follow me on twitter at www.twitter.com/uduaklaw or www.twitter.com/africamusiclaw. I am also the President & CEO of Ladybrille Media Group, Inc. I have over seventeen years combined experience in the fashion and entertainment industries and welcome your basic Music Business Questions. Have a question for me? Send me an email: (email@example.com).
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