Analyzing the Duties Owed by an Artist's Executive Team

Managers, agents and lawyers could face myriad claims.

, New York Law Journal


Christine Lepera, a partner at Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp, writes: Depending on the level of success of the artist, the various members of an artist's team who must work together are a personal manager, a business manager, a talent agent, and a transactional entertainment lawyer. No matter how vigilant both sides are in choosing each other, conflicts and disputes can arise between the artist and a team member or amongst the team members themselves.

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