Unconscionable Contracts in the Music Industry: The Need for New Legal RelationshipsBy: Patrisha Reece-Davies (author)Hardback
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DescriptionThis comprehensive scholarly work provides an analysis of music industry contracts from the legal perspective of Common Law rules. This is an important study that examines the relationship between music-industry professionals and their clients, many of whom may be inexperienced and prove to be unsuccessful in the music industry. Because the relationship between these two parties is so precarious, this book sheds light on these long-term contracts, which may prove to be highly beneficial to parties on both sides.
About AuthorDr. Reece-Davies is a Law Tutor and Head of the Social Sciences Faculty with Moorhouse-Black.
ContentsTable of Cases; Preface; 1. Introduction: The Anthropogenic Approach; 2. Unconscionability - A Starting Point; 3. Advices and Influences; 4. Relevant Cases of Undue Influence; 5. Relevant Developments in the Doctrine of Restraint of Trade; 6. Standard Form Contracts and Music Industry Relationships; 7. Academic Approaches; 8. Character Observations; 9. A Hypothetical Doctrine of Unconscionably Constructed Contracts; 10. The Principle and Operation of the Hypothetical Doctrine of Unconscionably Constructed Contracts; 11. The Principle and Operation of Hypothetical Doctrine of Unconscionably Constructed Contracts - continued; Bibliography; Index.
- publication date: 01/01/2005
- ISBN13: 9780773458468
- Format: Hardback
- Number Of Pages: 252
- ID: 9780773458468
- ISBN10: 0773458468
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