Bob Dylan, David Crosby, Stevie Nicks, Mick Fleetwood...these are just a few of the big-time aging rock stars who have sold the rights to their music catalogs in big-money transactions. Why are they doing it? And what's the business case for the firms buying the catalogs? We talk about all of it in this fascinating conversation with expert attorney Caryn Keppler.
Caryn B. Keppler has extensive experience in all aspects of estate, gift and charitable planning for foreign and domestic individuals, artists and collectors, conventional and alternative families, as well as business succession and continuity planning
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