Associate, Covington & Burling LLP
Dallin's practice focuses on a variety of complex commercial transactions involving media, technology, and data. He represents clients in a wide array of industries to advise on, draft, and negotiate commercial agreements involving the licensing or creation of music, technology, NFTs, metaverse environments, and data. Prior to joining Covington & Burling, Dallin interned at the U.S. Copyright Office and served as president of the Recording Artists Project at Harvard Law School, a student practice organization that provides start up record labels, producers and musicians with pro bono legal services. As a musician and audiophile, Dallin brings both experience and passion to his work representing clients at the intersection of music and technology.
Music & Gaming: Opportunities and New Developments
October 12, 2022 at 2:00:00 PM
This panel will discuss the current state of the highly popular and lucrative video game industry, and the various opportunities it offers to the music industry. Panelists working in video games will take us through the formats where they see substantial opportunities and value for integrating music, such as licensing, concerts and virtual events, and promotional and marketing opportunities. Learn how gamers and gaming companies leverage music, how musicians and music companies leverage video games, and strategies for appealing to the unique gaming fan base.