Artists, producers and record labels possess vast creative skills. However, when complex transactional needs arise, they need an experienced entertainment law attorney at their side. At the Law Office of Barbara Graham, LLC, I serve as a vital member of entertainers' teams, providing legal support and assisting them in promoting their careers.
Why You Need an Entertainment Lawyer
An entertainment attorney is a crucial member of any artist, producer or record label's team. Before signing a contract of any kind, you should have an attorney who thoroughly understands the music business represent you and your interests. We represent clients in the drafting, review and negotiation of Recording Contracts, Management Agreements, Production Agreements, Licensing, as well as other music industry issues.
In addition, as a part of the entertainment world in the St. Louis metro area and beyond, we have contacts with record labels, management companies, producers, studios and others in the industry to assist you in promoting your career.
Album credits include:
- Ronald Isley- "This Song Is For You"
- Ginuwine - "A Man's Thoughts" and "Elgin"
- Johnny Gill - "Still Winning"
- One Less Reason - "Faces"
Our clients include:
- Notifi Music Group
- Ron Isley
- Arsenic Records
- Shorty Da Prince
- Derrty DJ's
- Kim Massie
For a dedicated advocate who will focus on your future success and best interests, contact my law office at 314-226-1428 or toll free at 866-734-9630.
Recording Artist Agreements and Other Contracts
Do not expect a label, production company, manager or anyone in the entertainment or music industry to look out for your best interests. Their attorneys draft contracts to make the most money possible off you and your hard work while taking on the least amount of risk. At the Law Office of Barbara Graham, LLC, I help level the playing field that artists face on a daily basis.
I spend time to review the contract on your behalf and identify future issues and problems that can arise. From there, I can negotiate terms that are more favorable to you. The legal fees you incur will likely be offset by the amount of money you can make in a fair contract, and in addition, the time you waste in working under a one-sided agreement just ties you down and impedes the progress of your career.
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For more information or to schedule an appointment with an experienced St. Louis entertainment lawyer, please contact me.