As the entertainment industry in the UK continues to flourish, the importance of impeccable legal leadership and advisory in the realm of music is paramount. Both emerging and seasoned artists, as well as music companies, often require sound legal advice to navigate the industry. This article spotlights top lawyers operating in UK-wide Media & Entertainment: Music: Non-contentious. These lawyers not only uphold high standards of professionalism and expertise but also bring unique approaches to their practices.
Our selected lawyers represent a variety of prestigious firms and their clientele include a diverse range of industry stakeholders. Their expansive knowledge in aspects related to copyright law, contractual agreements, branding deals, and more, positions them at the forefront of the music industry in the UK.
Let’s dig deeper into each of these distinguished lawyers, who with their unique skillsets, have curated rewarding spaces for themselves in the world of non-contentious music law in the UK.
Representing CMS, John Enser has carved a notable niche for himself with a broad media and technology practice. His extensive expertise includes advising broadcasters and media firms on commercial, corporate, online regulatory, and copyright law matters associated with music and audiovisual content and its distribution.
Jo Brittain of Russells specialises in advising music artists on publishing and record deals, commercial contracts, and international sponsorship agreements. Notably, his work focuses on championing emerging and breakthrough talent.
Gavin Maude, also of Russells, leads the music department at the renowned law firm. He is trusted by various British recording artists and leading industry executives for his sound commercial legal advice.
In Sound Advice (Legal) LLP, Robert Horsfall is renowned for acting for well-established legacy artists and up-and-coming talents as well as management companies on a myriad of commercial agreements. His repertoire also includes contract, copyright and partnership disputes.
Liv Lyons of Lee & Thompson LLP has made a name for herself in the realm of branding deals for high-profile music talent and media rights licensing. She is also valuable to talent agencies and management companies.
Howard Jones is not only the managing partner of Sheridans but also a leading adviser in the UK entertainment industry. His work in music and theatre is particularly celebrated.
Simon Jordan, another key member of Russells, is particularly proficient in providing legal assistance to up-and-coming artists, including publishing agreements and joint venture label deals.
Peter Button of Clintons is an all-rounder in the music industry, providing advice to legendary artists, publishers, and record labels. His sound advice covers all thinkable commercial and contractual arrangements.
Paddy Grafton Green
Paddy Grafton Green of Simkins LLP is an industry expert with deep-rooted experience in advising well-regarded entertainers. His extensive repertoire spans advice on commercial agreements, corporate transactions, tax structures and acts as executor to several late artists’ estates.
Mark Krais, a leading specialist in tours and live events, and represents artists, promoters, owners of festivals, and music publishers. His expertise also extends to advising talent and record labels on recording, publishing, and sponsorship agreements along with copyright infringement issues. He’s a key player at Bray & Krais Solicitors.
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