Structuring and Negotiating NFT and Blockchain Agreements



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March 31, 2022
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About the Program

Top music and entertainment attorneys take a deeper look into the structure of NFT deals, the major negotiation points between rights owners and NFT creators, and the involved parties’ interests at play.

Meet the Speakers
W. Joseph Anderson



W. Joseph Anderson is a Manatt Entertainment partner in the Firm’s Los Angeles office. His practice focuses on corporate transactional matters affecting the entertainment industry—with broad experience across music, film, television, gaming, podcasting, XR/metaverse and other digital media—as well as potential issues arising from intellectual property, copyright and corporate law. He has deep experience drafting and negotiating a variety of leading-edge agreements, including those involving publishing, distribution, financing, licensing and development for all manner of entertainment and IP-based projects. Joe is putting this diverse skillset to use actively advising and representing clients leveraging opportunities in the metaverse and Web3 era.

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Colton McGee


VP, Business & Legal Affairs BMG
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Kent Marcus


Marcus & Colvin, LLP

Kent Marcus is a partner in Marcus & Colvin, LLP, an entertainment law firm based in Nashville, Tennessee, which provides focused business affairs and legal counsel for artists and entertainment companies and platforms in the redefining music industry. Prior to his 25 years of experience as an entertainment attorney, Kent spent several years in the film and television industries, as well as working in business affairs for both independent and major record labels.

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Michael Peters


Ramo Law PC

After spending four years working as a musician, with musicians, and for music companies in various facets including song pitching, A&R, film and TV licensing, recording, producing, songwriting, and performing in musical groups around the greater Los Angeles area, Michael Peters went to law school to pursue his passion for advocating for artists and the arts. He graduated Magna Cum Laude from Southwestern Law School’s SCALE Accelerated 2-year program in 2018. While at Southwestern, Michael furthered his knowledge of and passion for the entertainment industry by concentrating in entertainment and media law. He was a Dean’s Fellow, a member of the Southwestern Negotiations Honors Program, and awarded the Biederman Scholarship.

Michael has experience in a wide variety of entertainment law matters including the litigation and negotiation of copyright, contract, and privacy disputes, as well as transactional work such as music production agreements, film and TV production counsel, distribution counsel, film finance, copyright clearance, corporate creation and maintenance, and copyright and trademark management.

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