Episode #165 : Unpacking The C.A.S.E. Act

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The Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act of 2019, or C.A.S.E. Act, is currently making its way through Congress, and it stands to have a significant impact on musicians and labels across the country. As it stands now, if you’re a musician who’s had their music used without a license, your only recourse is to go to a federal copyright court to defend your claim of ownership, which often costs hundreds of thousands of dollars in court and attorney(s) fees, and you must travel to D.C. for the hearing. The C.A.S.E. Act seeks to change that reality by creating a small claims court, that would be much more accessible to artists and labels, both financially and physically, since proceedings can happen remotely.

GUESTS:

Karyn Temple (U.S. Copyright Office)
Keith Kupferschmidt (The Copyright Alliance)

MUSIC:

Filthy Friends “Last Chance County”
Cindy Wilson “Brother”
Hands “Videolove”
Delta 5 “Mind Your Own Business”
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