Friday, October 26, 2007

ENTERTAINMENT LAW PROFILE

Here is a recent profile of high-powered entertainment attorney Kevin Morris in the NY Times. Thought it was interesting.

I have a question: how the heck does he get away with running his law firm the way he runs it? He is running it as a talent agency with the lawyers starting off as assistants instead of as lawyers. Well, I guess that's one way to go about it, but it's a really unusual setup.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Resa Agnes, I find it selfish and a dis-service when these high powered attorneys feels as if there above and beyond the average intellectual, Me being a actress and motion picture director, I have taken a serious dislike to the lawyers here in Los Angeles, Its sad that there isn`t a pocket of reasonable and qualified minority attorneys to help with legal contracts and negotiations here without putting debt on a client, Even in a city like NYC, Where the lifestyle is much rougher, There are several good and well skilled entertainment attorneys that are coming up in the field and realising the payoff is in the long-run ,Not the know, Attorneys like Rasheed Mauf esq, Nasr Escobar esq ,and Jenna Coupe esq, I thank all of them, And realise how much I apprecitate there service while dealing with the selfish out here