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MUSIC ATTORNEY ALMY NAMED PARTNER

Rothenberg, Mohr & Binder, LLP has promoted seasoned transactional attorney Tiffany R. Almy to partner. Almy joined the firm at its inception, having worked at both labels and music firms for 14 years prior. She is based in the firm’s New York City office along with Matt Cuttler.

“I am honored to continue my career working alongside this group of outstanding, progressive, forward-thinking attorneys. I am grateful for their sustained support and confidence in me to further the successes that this firm has already achieved in such a short period of time,” shared Almy.

Almy represents a diverse client roster that includes composer and producer Dan Romer, Grammy-nominated producer Teddy Geiger and artists Caroline Polachek, Yoke Lore, Chad Lawson and Dua Saleh. A graduate of New York Law School, Almy has served on the Board of Women In Music, actively participates in events for She Is The Music in NYC, and is an advocate for LA-based Femme House founded by her client LP Giobbi.

“Tiffany is an incredible lawyer with the highest of integrity, and an innate skill for nurturing and developing talent and building businesses. We are excited to explore continued growth in 2020 and beyond with her as our partner.  She has been with us from the beginning, and we are thrilled she is now more firmly rooted in our future,” said co-founding partners Paul Rothenberg, Jeremy Mohr and Joshua P. Binder.

The firm has offices in L.A., NYC and Miami, and represents clients that include Kendrick Lamar, SZA, Marshmello, Charlie Puth, Logic and Kehlani.

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