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MUSB 3380 (3-3-0) Copyright and Intellectual Property Law
An introduction to the fundamentals of copyright law, its application to the protection of sound recordings, musical compositions, motion pictures and other creative works, and its impact on the distribution of intellectual property, including record piracy and the delivery of music via the internet. Included also is a review and application of the principals of trademark, trade secret and patent law to the business of music and entertainment. Music Business majors only or permission of instructor. Fall, Spring, Summer.
Prerequisite: MANA 3308 Business and Public Law.