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GG Arts Law is blogging on MusicalAmerica.Com as Law and Disorder: Performing Arts Division. From contracts to copyrights, visas to taxes, touring to recording, non-profits to limited liability companies, the members of GG Arts LawBrian Taylor Goldstein and Robyn Guilliamsdiscuss and answer your questions about basic legal and business issues, concepts, trends, problems, and practices important to the arts and entertainment field.
GG Arts Law is also blogging on HelloStage.com as Avoiding A World Of Trouble.
While presenting and touring artists in the United States brings many rewards, it also entails coordinating considerable logistical challenges. Brian Taylor Goldstein and Robyn Guilliams provide valuable information and practical tips on such issues as the ever-changing rules and procedures affecting U.S. visas and tax obligations for non-U.S performers; contractual concepts such as force majeure and acts of god; U.S. insurance advice for non-U.S. groups and performers; international licensing and copyright issues; and suggested planning and procedural timelines. Brian and Robyn will also pass along the latest information and guidance for musicians travelling with instruments containing elephant ivory and other banned substances.
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