Negotiating contracts on behalf of classical music artists in California
Category: Arts and Entertainment > Performing Arts
Asked by: wolf46-ga
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04 Jun 2006 11:11 PDT
Expires: 04 Jul 2006 11:11 PDT
Question ID: 735239
My primary business is public relations and concert promotion for classical music artists in California. Two clients requested that I negotiate the terms and conditions of their engagement contracts who had no manager, which I did. I have negotiated approx. 20 contracts thus far and received either a fifteen or twenty percent commission for each. I have not directly solicited engagements by calling anyone: client jobs came as a result of my PR efforts (media promotion), referrals, and friends whom I thought would be interested in my clients. Question: (1) Do I need to get an "agency" license to negotiate performance contracts for classical music engagements? And (2) What constitutes formal work solicitation? Lawyers routinely find work for entertainment clients in California and do NOT have agency licenses. Please advise. Thank you.
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Re: Negotiating contracts on behalf of classical music artists in California
From: redfoxjumps-ga on 04 Jun 2006 13:21 PDT
Are you a lawyer? or is the last comment just a comment?
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