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Unconscionable contracts in the music industry; the need for new legal relationships.


Unconscionable contracts in the music industry; the need for new legal relationships.

Reece-Davies, Patrisha.

Edwin Mellen Pr.


241 pages




Reece-Davies considers contracts within the music industry and the problems that arise in the UK, focusing on unconscionability, undue influence, standard form contracts, and academic approaches. She provides a hypothetical doctrine of unconscionably constructed contracts and discusses cases concerning Fleetwood Mac, Gilbert O'Sullivan, and George Michael, among others. Reece-Davies teaches law and is the Head of the Social Sciences faculty with Moorhouse- Black, a distance learning company.

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Date:May 1, 2006
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