ChaseLawyers℠, with offices in Miami and New York City, is a “boutique” entertainment law firm with clients in the United States, Latin America, Europe, and Asia. The firm advises and represents clients in all legal matters related to music, sports, television/film, visual and literary works, modeling, online matters, and intellectual property.

 
Our three attorneys are not only well-versed in the law, but have also participated personally in the film/television, sports, and music industries — giving us the practical knowledge to deal with any issue in those arenas. Our Senior Partner, Barry Chase, has represented media giants such as CBS and Time, Inc., and left the Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) as Vice President in charge of PBS’s national TV network. Partner, Gregory Bloom, has years of hands-on experience in the business of sports and the negotiation of agreements involving athletes, sponsors, promoters, and managers. Attorney Michael Epstein has a successful career as an independent record label owner, DJ, and recording artist operating across musical genres.

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The firm’s approach is warm, personal service coupled with very disciplined, but creative, legal support. As one client recently wrote after his Initial Consultation, ‘We [now] feel much more confident going forward with our business decisions.” In the entertainment industry, skilled legal advice and planning are essential elements of success. From agreements to shows, creative rights, and endorsements, the entertainment attorneys at ChaseLawyers℠ help clients capitalize on their talents, products and services.

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