can u help me find a entertainment lawyer that deal with music
Shannon Villalba in Cincinnati - http://www.avvo.com/attorneys/45254-oh-shannon-villalba-3339398.html
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I recently wrote an article for a Los Angeles music business magazine (Music Connection") that you might find helpful. ("Insider Tips on Hiring an Entertainment Attorney"). Link: http://musicconnection.com/hiring-entertainment-attorney-some-insider-tips/
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Yes, we can help you. You will find music lawyers tend to congregate in NYC, LA and Nashville. Attorney Bartley Day, from Portland is a great exception and has a national clientele (see his answer).
Attorney Maurice Ross, from NYC, (also a performing musician, pianist) is the music lawyer most frequently contributing here on Avvo.
Either would serve you skillfully.
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