Bill Hochberg represents music clients and writes about the business and law of music for Forbes, The Atlantic, Wired and other leading edge publications. As an attorney with deep expertise in music and media law, Bill handles transactional and litigation matters for creative talents and innovative companies.
Bill’s work includes representing established and emerging music talents around the world, as well as the estates of Bob Marley and Curtis Mayfield, in licensing, copyright, and many international music law matters. Bill, a musician himself, has a keen insight into the forces shaping changes in the music world, understanding the heart and soul of a musician and what their music means to them. Whether negotiating contracts or handling litigation, Bill focuses on what needs to go right, what can go wrong, and how to straighten out matters when they go sideways.
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