Please Allow Me…
…to Introduce Myself
This newsletter has picked up quite a few new readers in the last month, for which I am grateful. Of those new readers - there are quite a few attorneys, which is terrific. You are certainly a big part of the intended audience.
In revising the layout, as well as refreshing some marketing ideas, I realized that you may not know a lot about why I am so focused on copyright issues and the arts.
In 1983, I picked up a pair of drumsticks for the first time at age eleven. That was everything to me from that point forward. I was never really a sports kid, I was a music kid. That love of music and drumming propelled me through high school and undergrad, and continues to this day almost forty years later.
In addition to my law practice and writing pursuits, I lead a very good big band comprised of some of the best young jazz musicians coming out of University of the Arts, Temple University, West Chester University, and Manhattan School of Music.
I have released four self produced albums and have plans for a fifth record to come out this year. You can stream those records here if you are so inclined.
So…..now you know. This is not intended to be a commercial for my music making, but rather to provide some context for your reading of this newsletter. I don’t just practice in this area of the law, I also live it as a performer and producer. If you have client referrals or consulting inquiries, please email me.
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