Estas son las leyes que protegen los derechos de las canciones de los nuevos artistas
Intellectual Property attorney Danilo Romero Raad was featured in an article published by Asuntos Legales that discusses how artists can monetize and protect their music from plagiarism and emphasizing the importance of utilizing trademarks, copyrights and related rights. It goes on to explain that an effective way to make a profit is through third parties and collaborations, which can at times cause confusion as when recognizing the original author of a project.
In order to avoid confusion, Mr. Romero explained that if two people make a collaborative book, they can make a contract where the authors of the text are specified, regardless of whether there are two. He also addressed how a person who creates a song can form an agreement with their corresponding industry to ensure that they will receive a percentage of profits each time a singer uses their music. Lastly, Mr. Romero emphasized that a key point in the music industry is know who to ally and work with in order to take advantage of these types of contract opportunities and earn a profit.