In this clip from – In this segment of a panel held at the 2008 meeting of the American Bar Association’s Forum on Sports & Entertainment Law, the panelists examine the legal underpinnings of the current music copyright landscape, including the coming cascade of music copyright reversions from labels to artists, songwriters and producers, the debates over work-for-hire statutes (and whether recorded music may be considered work-for hire), as well as various revisions to US copyright law — including an attempt in 1999 by the RIAA to insert language in a copyright revision bill adding sound recordings to the list of nine specific types of creation which may be considered work for hire.