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A FIRM HANDSHAKE FOR ROTHENBERG, MOHR & BINDER

Three happening music attorneys have joined forces for a new firm. Paul Rothenberg, Jeremy Mohr and Joshua P. Binder, who have opted for the extremely catchy moniker Rothenberg, Mohr & Binder, have—despite their relative youth—some 50 years of lawyering between them.

Their newly fused practice reps Top Dawg Entertainment, Kendrick Lamar, Logic, SZA, Calvin Harris, Solange, Marshmello, Charlie Puth, Daddy Yankee, Cam, Olympian Shaun White and more. The firm has offices in L.A., NYC and Miami. They’re only charging us a portion of an hour for this item.

Tiffany Almy, Matt Cuttler, Kevin Eskowitz and Kwame Kandekore have also joined the firm’s team.

Rothenberg, a Columbia Law grad, counts Trey Songz, Logic, Charlie Puth, Andra Day, A$AP Ferg, Skylar Grey, Tory Lanez, Jon Bellion and D’Angelo among his clients; he launched his solo practice in 2009.

Mohr, who took his degree from California Western School of Law and has been in practice for 22 years, reps Calvin Harris, Kehlani, Solange, A Great Big World, Julianne Hough and Shaun White, among others.

Binder has a JD from the UC San Francisco School of Law. His clients include TDE and its artists Lamar, SZA and ScHoolboy Q, Marshmello, Daddy Yankee and Cam, not to mention production company Kids at Play.

“While we are each proud of what we’ve separately built with our respective clients,” reads a statement from the founders, “we’re excited to combine our expertise, resources and relationships to continue to raise the bar and better serve our clients.  We never take for granted the trust they place in us with their careers. And we’ve made a solemn oath to keep them away from the idiots at HITS.”

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