Contracts, Torts, Taxes and Tunes

[Editor’s note: This article was written by the CTL’s Laurie Hansen. This post is informational and does not constitute legal advice.]

The Discography: Legal Encyclopedia of Popular Music is the first of its kind driven by the research of Loren Wells, a Washington University School of Law graduate who’s also a music lover.

The purpose of the site, according to Loren, was to help musicians:

The one thing I felt I needed—an expansive database of cases involving legal issues working musicians face—seemed so simple but didn’t yet exist. As far as I could tell, there were no reasons why not. So I decided to make it.

Of course, creation of a site like this is a collaboration, and this legal encyclopedia is no exception.  It grew with the talents of:


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