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Articles and appearances from the KlarisIP team.

August 12, 2020

KlarisIP is excited to be included in “Inc 5000 2020: Fastest Growing Private Companies in America” list.

October 1, 2020

KlarisIP consultant Alex Akers explores how a robust content discovery strategy has become essential to keeping audiences engaged.

August 13, 2020

In the CFO’s Guide To Digitizing B2B Payments, Ed Klaris discusses how digital AP tools take the friction from paying contributors royalty and participation fees.

August 3, 2020

Ed Klaris, CEO & Managing Partner at KlarisIP, explores why cancel culture actually embraces free speech on social media platforms such as Twitter, TikTok and Instagram.

June 30, 2020

Brian Cross, Principal Consultant and Partner at KlarisIP, talks about the success of ESPN’s “Last Dance”  and how organizations can leverage their content archives in the Covid-19 era to duplicate this success.

June 29, 2020

Ed Klaris, CEO of KlarisIP, discusses how Covid-19 has created a move toward virtual content and the legal ramifications around how copyright needs to be protected for these works.

June 15, 2020

Ed Klaris, CEO of KlarisIP, explores how police and prosecutors have seized on raps lyrics to criminally prosecute its creators and the need for freedom of artistic expression.

March 9, 2020

Accurately and fairly tracking the rights to intellectual property is one of the primary legal challenges of the entertainment media industry in the age of internet streaming services. Ed Klaris, CEO of KlarisIP, says entertainment companies need to adopt new approaches to IP rights management in order to thrive.

February 27, 2020

The new media landscape requires a new information agility model. Alex Akers and Ross French discuss how rights and descriptive data need to flow automatically to all points of the content ecosystem quickly, accurately, and in a form in which it can maximize monetization when the opportunity arises.

May 8, 2018

Edward Klaris, managing partner and CEO of New York-based managed services and consulting firm KlarisIP, said his company’s recent decision to acquire Evoque Consulting, a Los Angeles-based consultancy specializing in movies and TV, revolved mostly around one thing: talent.