Paul B. Ungar, Esq.
Attorney At Law
Concentrating in Entertainment law, Intellectual Property, Copyrights, Trademarks, Internet law, Telecommunications law, Corporate law, general business transactions and contracts.
I represent recording artists, songwriters, filmmakers, actors, production companies, record labels, publishers, booking agencies, personal management companies and other entertainment businesses throughout the United States and all over the world. I am a member of the Bars of New York, New Jersey and Tennessee.
I am also President of Futid Productions L.L.C., a New Jersey Limited Liability Company, which creates Business Plans, Executive Summaries and raises funds for new businesses.
Before becoming a lawyer, I
spent five years as a full-time professional touring and recording keyboard
player and bassist, as well as a co-owner of a recording studio. I continue
to play professionally with "GoodWorks" which produces concerts,
dances and other events for charities, community organizations and other
non-profits. I have been practicing entertainment law on a full-time basis
since 1982 and have been involved in the law of the Internet since the early
1990s. Before opening my solo practice in 1996, I was in-house counsel and a
Business Affairs executive for Radio City Music Hall in New York City and
then a partner for ten years of Serling Rooks &
Ungar, a major NYC entertainment law firm. I am a
graduate of Dartmouth College, A.B. cum laude, 1973 and The Benjamin N.
Cardozo School of Law of the
I offer a free initial consultation and my fees are "user friendly". For your convenience, I accept payment by PayPal, VISA, Master Card, American Express, Discover Card and debit cards.
"I always advise my clients - and I encourage you - to feel free to contact me at any time - weekends & evenings included - whenever the need for legal help arises."
- Paul B. Ungar, Esq.
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