Stan Soocher is Associate Professor of Music & Entertainment Industry Studies at the University of Colorado’s Denver Campus. He is also an award-winning journalist and entertainment attorney, as well as the long-time Editor-in-Chief of the monthly publication Entertainment Law & Finance.
Stan’s latest book Baby You’re a Rich Man: Suing the Beatles for Fun & Profit (ForeEdge/University Press of New England) is now available online and in bookstores.
The Africa Music Law show is the premier music business and entertainment law show empowering the African artist, and the creative industry at large, with top notch exclusive interviews, business commentary and legal analysis. The podcast show has over 100,000 downloads. In 2014, it made iTunes Top 4 in its ‘New & Noteworthy’ category. Its subscribers are primarily Africa & Hollywood’s influencers i.e. industry executives, artist-preneurs, lawyers, and other creative talents.
-Stan gives his thought on streaming services.
-Stan's personal background.
-How Stan got into the entertainment industry.
-His passion for writing and going to law school.
-Writing a legal book about the Beatles.
-The Beatles' extensive litigation history.
-Lessons for artists, managers, lawyers and other industry professionals.
Where to Find Stan Soocher
Where to Find Ms.Uduak
Rate us on iTunes
If you enjoy the show, please leave a comment on our iTunes page and our Stitcher page.
Sponsorship and/or Guest Appearance
Please send email to: (email@example.com)
Thanks for Listening!
If you enjoyed the show, please share on your social media pages and with friends and family. Also if you have any questions, please feel free to send an email to (firstname.lastname@example.org)
WHAT I DO: I am a California licensed attorney who helps creatives and owners of business enterprises sleep better at night by predicting, preventing issues, and protecting their prized assets through my transactional and litigation services.
WHOM I WORK WITH: I have counseled a range of clients from musicians, models, actors, actresses, and designers, to diverse business owners in numerous areas of the law including contracts, business law, fashion and entertainment law, copyright, trademark and intellectual property law. I bring over two decades of first-hand knowledge and experiences that are as diverse as they are deep in the fashion and entertainment industries. I am an attorney who “gets it” when it comes to resolving legal issues for the fashion and entertainment industries.
MY ACCOLADES? Please click here for the rundown.
INTERESTED IN TALKING? Reach out to me via email me at (email@example.com), visit me online at www.ebitulawgrp.com, or call me at (916-361-6506).
ABOUT AFRICA MUSIC LAW: It is a first of its kind music law blog providing legal commentary and analysis on issues targeting Africa’s entertainment industry. Learn more here.
For blog-related inquiries (advertising, podcast licensing, feature as a guest, news tips), contact me at (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Full bio: Ms. Uduak Bio/