‘The Legal Side Of Songwriting’ with Greg Seneff Sr. Esq.

Greg Seneff

4- Video Series Now Available For Viewing Online!

Over 2 hrs. of legal guidance for only $30!

Are you writing great music and want to protect it? Is not knowing the legal issues of songwriting holding you back? Join us for this live interactive workshop and webinar designed to answer your most pressing songwriting and publishing-related questions, such as:

  • Can I perform my songs live even though they are not registered with the Copyright Office?
  • Does the ‘poor man’s copyright’ protect me?
  • When should I register my songs with the Copyright Office?
  • What should I look for in a single song publishing contract? What should I avoid?
  • When do I need an agreement with my co-writer(s)? What does that look like?
  • An artist wants to record one of my songs. What do I do to make sure I get my royalties?
  •  What legal document do I need to license my music to a movie or TV? What does that look like?
  • Should I have my own publishing company? If so, how do I set one up?
  • And much more!

About Greg Seneff:

Before attending law school, Greg spent almost nine years in the music and media production industries in various capacities including as a booking agent, road manager, disc jockey, concert promoter, retail music buyer, and Assistant Director of Media at Asbury Theological Seminary.

Since graduation from law school, Greg has worked as a solo-practitioner, served as the Director of Legal Affairs at Benson Music Group, and as the Director of Business Affairs at EMI Christian Music Group. Both company positions included drafting and negotiating recording contracts, publishing contracts, record distribution agreements, exclusive production agreements, video production agreements, record club distribution agreements, and international sub-publishing agreements.

Representative clients of The Seneff Law Office have included the recording artists Jars of Clay, Dan Peek (formerly of the super group America), Nouveaux and Ruby Amanfu. Songwriter clients have included Del Gray (of Little Texas), Karen Staley, Tricia Walker, Billy Sprague, Billy Simon, Jim Weber and others. Greg also represents film and video production companies, independent record labels, publishers, music production companies, animators and book authors.

Once payment is received we will send you the access information.

 Cost: $35

Indie Connect members – $30