Definition: [ˌentərˈteɪnmənt lɔː] is a set of legal rules governing the relationship between subjects in the entertainment industry. The latter include television, cinema, music, and other spheres. Disagreements, as a rule, are connected with copyright defense, a conclusion of contacts, obtaining a license, dissemination of slander or pornography. Producers, actors as various representatives of creative professions may act as potential violators. Contradictions arise at any stage of production, affecting the parties involved in the project. Such a law makes it possible to protect the author from unauthorized use of his/her product without payment of a corresponding royalty.
Entertainment Law In a Sentence:
The famous screenwriter was brought to administrative responsibility for violating the entertainment law.
Knowledge of the entertainment law has saved this theater from litigation many times.
Synonyms and related words: recreation law, a law about leisure activity, entertainment legislation