Bone Law attorney and intellectual property expert Loren Mulraine recently moderated a panel for the Center for Protection of Intellectual Property’s Evolving Music Ecosystem Conference, hosted at George Mason University’s Scalia Law School. The virtual panel, “The New Role of Record Labels & Platforms,” covered advancements in copyright law and the overlaps between creators, copyright owners and distributors, particularly in the age of YouTube and Spotify.
Loren E. Mulraine serves as Of Counsel at Bone McAllester Norton, where he primarily practices entertainment law, intellectual property, and business and corporate law. His client list has spanned from entrepreneurs and management companies to Grammy Award-winners and multiplatinum-selling artists. Loren is also a professor and director of music and entertainment law studies at Belmont University College of Law.