Manhattan-based law firm Savur Threadgold LLP has moved its Nashville branch to a new office space in the historic Music Row district, which has long been considered to be the heart of the city’s entertainment industry. The firm, which represents Rough Trade Publishing, Bank Robber Music, and Lever & Beam Artist Management among others, originally opened its Nashville office in January of 2016, with Daniel Novick selected as its managing attorney.
Licensed to practice law in California, New York, and Tennessee, Novick represents clients in the entertainment industry and emerging businesses worldwide with respect to contract negotiations, trademark and copyright, new media & intellectual property licensing, technology, and corporate matters. His clients include Grammy-nominated recording artists, producers and songwriters, music publishers, record labels, talent managers, entertainment-based tech startups, fashion designers, photographers and more; among his clients are recording artists Kelly McGrath, Chris Mann, Kylie Morgan, Jay Allen, Matt Thomas, Julia Cole, Patrick Thomas, The Royal Foundry, and The Dangerous Summer, as well as songwriters Erik Belz, Deanna Walker, and Rick Beresford. Novick also represents companies such as House of Blues Studios, The Vocal Company, Rock City Studios, Bang Productions, Anacrusis, and Evamore.
In just a year and a half, Savur Threadgold LLP has become one of the go-to entertainment law firms in Nashville. Since the firm opened its Nashville office, it has also expanded its practice to Los Angeles.