Chambers USA 2016 Rankings Announced
Tuesday, August 23rd, 2016
Chambers USA has announced their rankings for 2016. The firm and several attorneys were recognized in the practice area of Media & Entertainment. Chambers recognized MHCRK as a Band 1 Ranked Firm, Mike Milom as a Star Individual, Chris Horsnell as a Band 2 Lawyer; and David Crow and Natalya Rose as Band 2 Lawyers. Write Chambers:
The “remarkable” Michael Milom is revered for his experience in transactional matters relating to both entertainment and IP. He primarily represents clients in the music industry, including notable songwriters, recording artists and producers. Sources describe him as “brilliant” and “a class act.”
Chris Horsnell specializes in IP, entertainment and business matters relating to the music industry. He has expertise in small business formation in the entertainment space and the structuring and negotiating of sponsorship and endorsement deals.
David Crow is highly regarded for his work in copyright and other IP matters relating to the entertainment business. Clients say: “He brings an awful lot of value” and praise his “sophisticated level of knowledge of the recording industry.”
Natalya Rose’s practice is primarily focused on matters relating to trademark and copyright, both domestically and internationally. Clients say: “Her hallmark is the depth of her knowledge and her huge skill as a drafter. She is a pleasure to deal with.”
About Chambers: The Chambers Guides have been ranking the best law firms and lawyers since 1990, and now cover 185 jurisdictions throughout the world.
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