Negotiation and drafting of production, publishing, distribution, marketing, sponsorship, endorsement and license agreements. Litigation experience includes cases against PolyGram Records, DreamWorks and Warner Entertainment and various copyright and trademark matters.
Founded Volunteer Lawyer for the Arts in 1973 in Washington D.C., at the inception of the National Endowment for the Arts, bringing a new found energy to the local arts community. Worked with dance companies, performance artists, visual artists, art centers, production companies and galleries.
As one of the first local music lawyers in Washington represented recording studios, record companies and well-known local artists, including Chuck Brown and the Soul Searchers. Chuck is recognized as the "Godfather of Go-Go Music, a brand of funk, R&B, hip-hop, and Afro-Latin rhythms.
After moving to New York City, represented the legendary Power Station Recording Studio, visual artists, recording artists, nonprofit creative organizations and production and immersive media projects.