Priscilla Mattison wrote an article entitled “Environmental Aspects of Recorded Music: How Can the Music Industry Green Itself and Fight Climate Change?”, which was published in June, 2020, as a digital “sneak preview” of the upcoming 2021 International Association of Entertainment Lawyers book entitled “Nationalism vs globalism: regional and transnational legal issues reshaping the entertainment industry”.
Priscilla Mattison and Bernard Resnick co-wrote an article entitled “Modern Methods of Monetization for Record Producers“, which was published in “The Monetization of the Global Music Business from Creators to Major Industry”, the 2016 book issued by the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers. IAEL books can be ordered at www.iael.org.
Bernard Resnick’s description of his favorite books was included in “What Lawyers Are Reading”, published in the July/August, 2016 issue of The Pennsylvania Lawyer.
Priscilla Mattison wrote an article entitled “Licensing Music for Audio-Visual Uses“, which was published in the Fall 2015 issue of the Journal of the International Alliance for Women in Music.
Bernard Resnick and Priscilla Mattison co-wrote an article entitled “The Artist’s Team in the U.S.” A version of this article was published in “Building Your Artist’s Brand as a Business”, the 2012 book issued by the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers.
Bernard Resnick and Priscilla Mattison co-wrote an article entitled “USA Concert Touring Issues“, which was published in “Live Entertainment Handbook”, the 2011 book issued by the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers.
With co-author Dina LaPolt, Esq., Bernard Resnick wrote a chapter entitled “Multiple Rights Deals in the US: 360° and Beyond…” in “Multiple Rights Deals in the Music Industry”, the 2009 book issued by the International Association of Entertainment Lawyers.
Bernard Resnick wrote a chapter entitled “Labor Relations in Professional Sports” in “The Management of Sport: Its Foundation and Application with PowerWeb Bind-inCard, 4th Edition”.
Photo of cover of book entitled “The Big List”
The Big List
Bernard Resnick released a work of non-fiction, entitled “The Big List”. The Big List is a revised version of a book which was originally published as “The Croak List”. Designed to supplement other estate planning documents, this essential resource helps you prepare for the future by providing your loved ones with vital confidential material required to help you recover from a natural disaster, sudden illness, or other unforeseen emergency. With detailed questions about your assets, liabilities, and much more, The Big List provides a quick and easy way to catalog all of your most important details.
Use it yourself or give it to a loved one so you will be prepared to help them in their time of need.
The Big List is available through Amazon.com, and is also available digitally in Kindle format. Please click on the cover of the book to order your copy.
Listen to Bernard Resnick discussing the book on SiriusXM’s “Knowledge at Wharton” channel (excerpts):
In January, 2018, Priscilla Mattison gave a presentation in a Master Class entitled “Legal: Tech: Disruption and Evolution in the Television Industry” at NATPE Miami. She is pictured here with panel organizer and International Association of Entertainment Lawyers President Jeff Liebenson (left) and co-panelists Marianne Lecron and Ivan Parron. — Photo by Bernard Resnick
Bernard Resnick joined firm client Mishka and road manager Jon Farber for Mishka’s performance on Fox TV’s “The Q Show” in July, 2017. — Photo courtesy of Jon Farber
In November, 2016, Bernard Resnick and Priscilla Mattison joined other members of the Philadelphia Chapter of The Recording Academy for “GRAMMYs In My District”. The group met with (now U.S. Representative-elect) Dwight Evans about proposed changes to the copyright law. – Photo courtesy of B’Captured Productions
In August, 2016, Bernard Resnick taught a course on “Ethics in Sports & Entertainment” at Citizens Bank Park. Philadelphia Eagles tight end Brent Celek made a surprise appearance and answered questions from the audience. – Photo by Tara D. Phoenix/Courtesy of the Philadelphia Bar Association
At the 50th annual Midem convention in Cannes, France, Timbaland was one of the recipients of the inaugural International Midem Awards. Bernard Resnick accepted the award on Timbaland’s behalf (photo courtesy of Midem). Priscilla Mattison spoke on a panel about monetization of the global music business.
In April, 2016, Bernard Resnick joined other members of The Recording Academy for “GRAMMYs On The Hill®” lobbying members of Congress to revise the copyright law to benefit creators. Pictured are members of the Philadelphia contingent, including chapter president Dyana Williams (fourth from left) and singer/firm client Kathy Sledge (far right). – Photo by Damara Catlett