Chambers USA 2017 Rankings Announced

Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016

Chambers USA has announced their rankings for 2017. The firm and several attorneys were recognized in the practice area of Media & Entertainment. Chambers recognized MHCRK as a Band 1 Ranked Firm, the highest rating for a firm. MHCRK is the only firm in Tennessee so ranked.  All five partners have been recognized as well: Mike Milom as a Star Individual, Chris Horsnell and David Crow as Band 2 Lawyers; and Natalya Rose and Page Kelley as Band 3 Lawyers. Write Chambers:

Michael Milom is a highly regarded IP and entertainment lawyer, who acts for an impressive roster of recording artists, songwriters, producers and music publishers, among others. Sources regard him as a “dean of the music industry” who is a “positive problem solver and a fantastic communicator.”

Chris Horsnell First ranked has considerable experience in the entertainment industry and comes recommended for his counsel on a range of matters, including brand protection and management and the purchase and sale of IP assets. One impressed source describes him as “the ultimate contract writer – very good technically.

David Crow enjoys a fine reputation for his copyright work in the entertainment space and is described as “a fabulous young lawyer” who is “just an encyclopedia of knowledge when it comes to the music industry.”

Natalya Rose’s is highly sought after for her advice on copyright and trademark issues. “She is very organized, knowledgeable, thorough and personable,” comments one impressed client.

About Chambers: The Chambers Guides have been ranking the best law firms and lawyers since 1990, and now cover 185 jurisdictions throughout the world.

Chambers rank[s] both lawyers and law firms based on the research of 170 full-time editors and researchers employed at [its] head office in London.  [Chambers] talk[s] to lawyers and clients, conducting in-depth telephone interviews.  Many of [its] researchers are multi-lingual.  All are trained in the techniques of investigative research.

[Chambers] also use[s] information submitted by law firms but the most credible source of information is [its] in-depth face-to-face and telephone interviews.  These give [Chambers] the wide-ranging and testable information on which [its] rankings and commentary rely.