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    Prenups for Artists: When Bands Agree to Disagree Gandhar Savur discusses Prenups for Artists at SXSW on March 16th, 2018 from 1230 – 130pm at the AUSTIN CONVENTION CENTER, ROOM 10A When music is your business, then your band mates are your partners. This session discusses all the things you wish you knew when…read the full article

In an effort to provide the best service to our clients we introduce you to our sister company……  Founded by and in partnership with Gregg Perez and Savur Threadgold LLP, Advisable is your one stop shop for all your Business Consulting needs.  Advisable looks forward to sharing their wealth of knowledge and expertise gained from real…read the full article

Our latest newsletter! Click here!   Does Your Company Have a Policy for Employees’ Social Media?   The use of social media, especially in a work-related context, is not without risk.   While some states have laws that prohibit employers from terminating employees for lawful “off-duty” activities, which would include social media use, employees engaging…read the full article

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Our Latest Newsletter   How to Protect and Prepare Yourself When Working with Non-Profits In the modern era of the entertainment business, artists and businesses are using their platforms to become more involved in social activism. Whether it’s Chance The Rapper donating $1 million towards Chicago Public Schools, Bandcamp’s fundraising for the ACLU, or the…read the full article

Dear clients, colleagues and friends, We are very pleased to announce the opening of our Los Angeles office. In collaboration with our headquarters in New York and our office in Nashville, our new LA office will allow us to better serve our West Coast based clients. We also welcome our newest attorney, Jonah Grossbardt, who…read the full article

  Protection and Restriction with Non-Compete Provisions Overlook the importance of non-compete provisions for your employees at your business’ own peril. Businesses often want to protect their interests by putting restrictions on their employees which come into effect when those employees leave the business. After all, small businesses as well as large corporations have interests which…read the full article