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Music Law

Leonard Lowy & Co. specialises in all aspects of the music industry. With many years’ music industry experience both “in-house” and in private practice, Leonard offers sensible, pro-active, effective legal and business affairs advice and assistance, quickly, competently and economically.

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Band Agreements

Arguably the most important contract a successful band will ever sign is the one between its own members. Surprising, then, that organising one is so often overlooked, even by lawyers busying themselves negotiating lucrative recording, publishing and other deals for their clients.

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Starting Out

We can help you start your own music industry business. Where do you start? What do you want to do? Set up a label? Run a publishing company? Manage artists or producers?

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Business Law

We undertake a wide spectrum of legal services for business. Our business clients range from start-ups to substantial entrepreneurs and companies, both in the UK and overseas. They include clients in the media sector, and in a wide range of other sectors and industries.

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Specialist Music Lawyers

About Us

Leonard Lowy & Co. was set up by Leonard Lowy in January 1999 after a varied career as a partner in a West End firm of media solicitors, a number of years as in-house Legal Director at a major record and music company and a successful spell in artist management.

Leonard’s front-line record company and artist management background enables the firm to offer practical and pro-active solutions in the music field, born of first hand experience.

The firm has a simple aim: to provide high quality legal and business advice at an affordable price.

The day to day work of the firm involves, on the music side, advising individual and corporate clients on all aspects of their involvement in the world of music and, on the general business side, providing expert advice and dealing with commercial transactions, affairs and situations of all kinds, whatever the nature of the business.

News

  • Witnessing a signature – and Covid 19 – developments

    The Ministry of Justice announced at the end of July that a statutory instrument allowing wills to be witnessed remotely in England and Wales will be laid in September. The new rules – which will be backdated to 31 January 2020 – will allow testators’ signatures to be witnessed using video conferencing software, such as Zoom, Facetime

    August 21, 2020