UMG Fights Musicians Who Wish to Terminate Copyright Grants

Universal Music Group has a ticking time bomb on its hands. The Copyright Act gives authors the ability to terminate a grant after a 35-year wait, and now there are hundreds of recording artists from the early 1980s who are looking to take advantage of this statutory provision to reclaim ownership rights.

Source: UMG Fights Musicians Who Wish to Terminate Copyright Grants

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