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Joyce Dollinger

Marc Jacobson P.C. / Alter, Kendrick & Baron LLP
Entertainment Lawyer
New York

Joyce Dollinger is currently working with the law firms of Alter, Kendrick & Baron LLP and Marc Jacobson, P.C. providing counsel in various areas such as copyright terminations, music publishing, recorded music, touring, film production and minor contract court approvals. She advises artists, songwriters, music producers, musical estates and artist managers as well as companies ranging from start-ups to entertainment conglomerates on all aspects of their businesses. Before entering private practice, Dollinger enjoyed a successful career working in-house in the legal and business affairs departments at several prominent music companies, including both major and independent record labels and music publishing companies.

As an entrepreneur, she co-founded and launched music management companies, record labels and concert promotion businesses. Further, with a passion for combining music, environmentalism and philanthropy, Dollinger works with Wear Your Music, a company that collects and recycles used guitar strings into bracelets for sale, from which net profits go to a charity of the musicians' choice. Dollinger is an active member of the bar and has taken on leadership roles at several industry trade organizations, such as the Association of Independent Music Publishers and the New York State Bar Association Entertainment and Sports Law Section.