Rachel's law practice focuses on entertainment, intellectual property, licensing, and commercial transactions. Rachel represents artists, creators and producers of music, film and television in transactions with content providers and distributors. She advises and negotiates on behalf of businesses and artists on complex intellectual property matters and business transactions.
Rachel serves on the Board of Governors of the Recording Academy's Los Angeles Chapter, and also serves on the Board of Directors of the Future of Music Coalition, a nonprofit music advocacy think tank.
Rachel’s clients include multiple GRAMMY-winning recording artists, bandleaders, record producers, songwriters, recording engineers, film and television production companies, film directors, actors, screenwriters, comedians, visual artists, and book authors. She represents a broad array of companies in business transactions, with strong expertise in protection of businesses’ intellectual property assets. Rachel drafts and negotiates executive employment agreements on behalf of business and entertainment clients.
Her clients also include the musicFIRST Coalition, which is a nonprofit organization comprised of the Recording Academy, the Latin Recording Academy, R.I.A.A., A2IM, American Federation of Musicians, SAG-AFTRA, SoundExchange, Society of Singers, Christian Music Trade Association, Music Managers Forum, the Vocal Group, and the Rhythm & Blues Foundation.
26565 Agoura Rd., Suite 200, Suite 200
Calabasas, California 91302