ORLANDO, FL (PRWEB) February 02, 2016 -- Player Entertainment Law announced that Quinton Sheer, Esq., has joined the Florida-based entertainment law firm as a partner. Mr. Sheer will practice with Tom Player in their Orlando office, as the firm plans for the opening of its second office in Nashville, Tennessee, later this year. Mr. Sheer will practice in the areas of entertainment-related transactions and litigation.
“I am thrilled to join Player Entertainment Law and to be able to work with good people for the betterment of others. I know of no better partner and friend to be in business with than Tom Player,” says Sheer.
Over the past fifteen years, Player Entertainment Law has earned a reputation as strong advocates for musicians and other creative professionals through the negotiation of a wide variety of entertainment contracts for legendary artists. Player Entertainment Law represents a broad spectrum of entertainment professionals including songwriters, musicians, actors, producers, models, screenwriters and record labels. Tom Player has the honor of having been chosen as one of Florida Trend magazine's Florida Legal Elite for multiple years, and was also recognized as the top entertainment attorney in Central Florida for the Orlando Business Journal's Annual "Best of the Bar".
“Bringing Quinton on board has been several years in the making. I knew very soon after I met Q that I eventually wanted to work with him, and now the timing is finally right. Quinton brings to Player Entertainment Law a strong entertainment industry background, and a perfect mix of charismatic personality, extraordinary intellect and genuine compassion,” says Player.
The services offered by Player Entertainment Law include drafting and negotiating of recording contracts; music publishing agreements, producer agreements, management contracts, booking agent/ touring contracts, music licensing, merchandising agreements, digital distribution agreements, copyrights, service marks/ trademarks, endorsements/ sponsorships, registration with performing rights organizations; works for hire, music video agreements, privacy/ publicity rights, acquisition of literary rights for film and television; director and performer agreements for film and television; representation of radio on-air talent, authors and models, and litigation and appeals of entertainment related issues.
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