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“Not Accepting Unsolicited Material”

What songwriters can do to protect their ideas when submitting demo tapes to publishers Every songwriter has heard the words "sorry, we’re not accepting unsolicited material" from at least a dozen publishers. In fact, in a recent informal survey conducted by Law On the Row, two-thirds of the thirty publishing companies contacted indicated that they [...]

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Lyndsey Highlander at 12th & Porter

It’s been a while since my last blog entry, and I apologize to regular readers of Law on the Row.  I’ve been in transition mode, getting settled in  to my new offices downtown at 2nd Avenue North.  I was also invited by my good friend Mark Volman to teach a course at the Mike Curb [...]

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