Stephen Wade Nebgen has over thirty years of experience working in the entertainment... more
Stephen Wade Nebgen has over thirty years of experience working in the entertainment industry with credits in New York theatre, film, music, and television. Prior to going into the law, among other credits, Mr. Nebgen was the General Manager at The Lamb's Theater, located at 44th Street and Broadway, in New York City. Mr. Nebgen also produced such prominent Off-Broadway plays as Fortune and Men... view profile
I joined Sanders & Parks in 2007 and I focus my practice in complex civil litigation... more
I joined Sanders & Parks in 2007 and I focus my practice in complex civil litigation in the areas of commercial litigation, insurance defense, insurance coverage, products liability, aviation law, employment litigation, professional liability, and personal injury matters. In addition to my civil litigation work, I also routinely advise parties on commercial transactional matters related to tech... view profile
Matthew B. Wenzlau (JD, MBA) is the founder of The Wenzlau Law Group, PLLC. For over... more
Matthew B. Wenzlau (JD, MBA) is the founder of The Wenzlau Law Group, PLLC. For over 15 years, he has concentrated in entertainment law, including motion pictures, television law, e-commerce, television, and music law. Matthew is highly respected for providing practical advice that clients can incorporate in their entertainment practices. Matthew enjoys an excellent reputation with many entert... view profile
Entertainment lawyers provide services to the entertainment industry, including film, music, television, theater, publishing, visual arts, and multimedia. They also represent sports stars and other celebrities. Entertainment lawyers negotiate and write contracts, deal with intellectual property issues, and practice employment and labor law. For example, entertainment lawyers negotiate and document film stars' compensation, musicians' recording contracts, and authors' publication deals, as well as movie distribution and rights. If you are an entertainer planning to package your talent for profit, an entertainment lawyer will help you navigate the trade.