The Rights of Composers and Lyricists: Before and After the Bernstein Case
This article, reprinted from the Columbia-VLA Journal of Art and the Law, addresses issues of exploitation of the creative artist's work in the marketplace, fair value for fair work, and the larger problem of appropriate representation for artists who, because of the nature of their work in relation to the arts industry and the marketplace, are often viewed as independent contractors.
Journal of Arts Management and Law
Havlicek, Franklin J. and Kelso, J. Clark, "The Rights of Composers and Lyricists: Before and After the Bernstein Case" (1986). McGeorge School of Law Scholarly Articles. 459.