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The Board of Directors of my Organization gave me the responsibility to handle a contractual dispute with a major hotel chain in Vermont, where we had just held our national convention. Not knowing any Attorneys in Vermont, I relied on the internet. I made several phone calls and sent many e:mails trying to motivate an Attorney to handle to respond to my request. NONE DID!!! Then I reached out to Dennis Wygmans, Esq., who returned my call immediately. I asked to explain my problem without any interruption. At the end of my explanation, he cited several state laws which applied to my situation. He then gave me his professional background and his expertise in contractual law. He contined to explain how he would proceed and what would probably take place. Mr. Wygman outlined his fees and cost of further litigation if we couldn't settle our differences. I knew then that I had the right person for the job. I was so impressed with his professionalism and expertise I asked if he would take the case, which he did. After many conversations and e:mails, Mr. Wygman negotiated a very satisfactory settlement. I would never hesitate to recommend his knowledge, expertise and work ethics.
Dennis has been my attorney for 6 years, and has helped me negotiate a wide variety of contracts, from music publishing deals to film scores. He's been extremely helpful in helping me avoid various pitfalls. He has also helped me understand how copyright and royalties function, which has been truly invaluable.
I will be continuing to use Dennis as my attorney and would highly recommend him for any music related legal needs.