Kevin Casini is a civil litigator, lecturer, panel moderator, adjunct law professor and occasional columnist living in New Haven, Connecticut. His interviews and articles have appeared on Smerconish.com, Mic.com, DJ Booth, the Verge, and he has spoken at conferences and trade shows for the Music Business Association, Americana Music Association, the New York Bar Association, and more.
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‘That’s just going to crash and burn’
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“Is it a great contract? No, but I’ve seen worse.”
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Now they’re calling for economic justice.
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The clue was in the metadata