As Canada and the rest of the world emerges from a year-and-a-half of pandemic-induced shutdowns and closed borders, musicians everywhere are keen to get back to touring, or to travel to other cities for recording and songwriting sessions, and more. The problem is, the travel-related rules and regulations are still pretty unclear and constantly evolving, and often change when crossing into a new province or state, and certainly when crossing international borders. So, in this webinar, Canadian Musician Editor-in-Chief Michael Raine and a panel of experts will be explaining the legal requirements that musicians need to understand in order to plan their next shows or other work-related travel.
In this informative webinar, Michael Raine, Editor-in-Chief of Canadian Musician magazine will be joined by:
Dani Oliva is a Canadian artist advocate, speaker, and music attorney now based in Los Angeles who is focused on helping talented creators thrive in the music business. Dani founded Oliva Law Group, P.C. in 2017 and since has worked through business, legal, and administrative issues with his clients, while also providing music consulting services. Dani has assisted clients with matters including, but not limited to visa applications, royalty disputes, copyright infringement, band partnership agreements, management agreements, publishing agreements, producer agreements, label agreements, and more. Dani’s clients range from Grammy Award nominees and Billboard Hot 100 #1 charting songwriters to music merchandising companies. As a young transgender man, Dani is also very dedicated to helping young LGBTQ+ artists advance their careers.
Follow him on Instagram @olivaesq or visit www.olivaesq.com.
Catherine Glazer is an attorney practicing U.S. immigration law in Toronto and an international consultant for the Norwegian Refugee Council. She also has a lot of experience helping musicians, artists, and athletes obtain visa and work permits. Catherine is the author of a research paper on the future of DACA, published by Rice University’s Baker Institute, and will be involved in proposing immigration reform to the Biden Administration through her participation in the ABS Conference and the CHF Immigration Policy Workshop.
For more information, on Catherine, go to www.cbglazerlaw.com.