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's Eyes and Bert See's The Light, which featured Jack Black in his New York theatre debut. Mr. Nebgen also worked on such Broadway productions as Lettice & Lovage- starring Tony Award winner Dame Maggie Smith, and Andrew Lloyd Webber productions of Cats, and Aspects of Love.
Mr. Nebgen received his undergraduate degree from Fordham University in Religious Studies, graduating summa cum laude. Then, he attended The University of Texas School of Law, obtaining his law degree in two and one/half years. While at The University of Texas he founded the Texas Review of Entertainment & Sports Law.
Mr. Nebgen's law practice focuses on counseling entertainment law clients regarding business formation, intellectual property matters in copyright and trademarks, contract negotiations, and other services as required.
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|NJ||Resigned Without Prejudice||2000||11/02/2016|
|Executive Producer||ShowBiz Az.net||2010 - Present|
|Associate||Lieberman, Dodge, Gurding & Anderson||2003 - 2004|
|Associate General Counsel||Quarles & Brady||2001 - 2003|
|The University of Texas School of Law Review of Entertaiment & Sports Law||Ten Years Later||2011|
|Fordham University||Religious Studies||BS - Summa Cum Laude||1995|
|University of Texas System, Austin||N/A||N/A||N/A|
|Intellectual Property & Business Formation||Entertainment Law - Intellectual Property||2011|
|"Rights, Rights, Rights: Avoiding Pitfalls That Could Kill Your Project."||Entertainment Law - Intellectual Property||2010|
|ASU Entertainment and Sports Law Seminar||Entertainment Law||2006|
|South by Southwest Film & Music Festival||Entertainment Law||2005|