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Our NYC and Miami Entertainment Law 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.

Need to find a lawyer in Miami or New York for sports or entertainment legal matters? Contact the attorneys at law at ChaseLawyers®. We know that you need help with your entertainment industry or intellectual property legal matters – just set up a lawyer consultation in Miami or New York today! We offer a lawyer consultation service where you can request one-on-one help with specific questions. We’re here to help.

Call Today for an Initial Consultation: 305-373-7665

Initial Consultation

ChaseLawyers® offers an initial lawyer consultation in Miami or New York for a competitive flat fee, whether in person, by videoconference, or over the phone. We can authorize credit card charges for phone or videoconference consultations (or they can be paid for in advance by charge card, wire transfer, PayPal or personal check). Initial legal consultations with our entertainment law attorneys last as long as necessary (within reason) to answer the client’s questions and address any concerns. Additional questions or concerns may be raised with our attorneys at law in Miami and New York, Mr. Chase, Mr. Bloom, Mr. Loveyko, Ms. Latman or Mr. Epstein following the initial consultation and, within reasonable limits, addressed by them at no further charge.

If you want to schedule a consultation with one of our attorneys contact us today online (by using our Contact Us Form) or by telephone in Miami at 305-373-7665 or New York at 212-601-1900 to arrange a consultation with an experienced New York or Miami entertainment attorney.

Main Office: 21 SE First Avenue Suite
700 Miami, FL 33131
Local: 305-373-7665
Fax: 305-373-7668

New York Office: 1414 Penn Plaza,
9th floor, 225 West 34th street
New York, NY 10122 USA
Local: 212-601-1900

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