Commission and Co-Production Agreement Points of Discussion

26shares 2Share on Facebook 21Share on Twitter 2Share on LinkedIn 1 0This post is related to a couple of earlier ones about basic concepts arts organizations should understand about contracts as presented by Brian Taylor Goldstein and Robyn Guillams from GG Arts Law at a recent Arts Midwest conference.  It is worth consulting the earlier entries regarding how to approach contracts and what general elements belong in contracts. The main focus of the session GG Arts Law conducted was providing guidance about what issues should be discussed when entering a collaborative or … Read more

Parts of a Contract

What Are The Parts Of A Contract?

24shares 3Share on Facebook 17Share on Twitter 0Share on LinkedIn 3 1What Makes A Valid Contract? Believe it or not, there are only three basic elements required to form a valid contract: Offer, Acceptance, Consideration. Obviously there are almost infinite details which can constitute one of these things. It is also good to know what can be construed as a contract. It doesn’t necessarily need to be written down. It can be spoken agreement or even an email exchange in certain circumstances so take care to be clear if you are not … Read more

Change Your Fundamental Concept of Contracts

Change Your Fundamental Concept of Contracts

40shares 13Share on Facebook 22Share on Twitter 2Share on LinkedIn 1 2After attending different regional conferences over the last couple decades the one subject that it seems will never grow stale is contract law. Any session in the subject is always well attended. A large number of these sessions are conducted by Brian Taylor Goldstein and Robyn Guillams from GG Arts Law. At the last Arts Midwest conference they conducted a session on contracts for collaborations and partnerships. Before they started on that specific subject, they made some general comments about how … Read more

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