2A:32B-2 Conditions for advertising or conducting a live musical performance.
2. A person shall not advertise or conduct a live musical performance or production through the use of an affiliation, connection or association between the performing group and the recording group unless:
a. The performing group is the authorized registrant and owner of a federal service mark for the group registered in the United States Patent and Trademark Office; or
b. At least one member of the performing group was a member of the recording group and has a legal right by virtue of use or operation under the group name without having abandoned the name or affiliation of the group; or
C. The live musical performance or production is identified in all advertising and promotion as a salute or tribute; or
d. The advertising does not relate to a live musical performance or production taking place in this State; or
e. The performance or production is expressly authorized by the recording group.
L.2007, C. 88, S.2.
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