An Entertainment Lawyer Dedicated to Protecting His Clients Rights and Ensuring Their Hard Work Is Rewarded
Gregory Hines once said, “One of the things about working on stage—actually, about working in show business, that is—is that it’s such a collaborative effort. I suppose that everything in life is—every endeavor where people are able to be successful.”
At GlotzerLaw, PC, our Los Angeles entertainment lawyer Joshua Glotzer understands how true Mr. Hines’ words are and that the importance of the role of anyone involved in the creative process should never be understated. He works tirelessly for his entertainment law clients to ensure their contributions are compensated fairly and their intellectual property is protected.
What Can Entertainment Lawyers Do to Help Make Sure I’m Treated Fairly?
As fun and exciting as the world of entertainment can be, it is also ripe with legal issues that can end up sinking even the most promising of careers. The right entertainment lawyer can help clients avoid such pitfalls.
Glotzer & Leib, LLP is hands-on with its clients, ensuring that if their careers are ever thrown off balance, we will be right there to steady them and get them back on track. Our Beverly Hills entertainment law firm’s practice areas include:
- Business Torts
- Breach of Contract
- Employment Law
Who Our Entertainment Law Firm Has Helped
Glotzer & Leib, LLP’s case results speak for themselves. Attorney Glotzer has a history of defending his clients’ rights in entertainment law cases, including:
- Representing Smashing Pumpkins band members James Iha and D’arcy Wretzky-Brown in a legal dispute that resulted in a confidential settlement with Virgin Records over the use of the band’s music. The entertainment law dispute involved two lawsuits. The first lawsuit concerned Virgin licensing Pumpkin’s tracks to Pepsi for a promotion without clearing it with the band first. The band contended the music label is contractually obligated to clear it with them before licensing its tracks. The second case involved Pumpkins’ lead singer Billy Corgan and Virgin allegedly renegotiating a deal concerning the band’s digital royalties. Iha and Wretzky-Brown claimed Corgan and Virgin should not have renegotiated the deal without their approval.
Representing former Brian Jonestown Massacre guitarist Jeffrey Davies in a federal case. Representing singer/songwriter M. Ward of the band “She and Him” against a former record label concerning allegations involving the copyright ownership of songs and the payment of royalties.
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