Established in 2018 by founding partners Paul Rothenberg, Jeremy Mohr and Josh Binder, RMB has offices in Beverly Hills and New York, servicing a client roster that consists of A-list talents whose endeavors span across entertainment, retail and Web3, as well as some of music’s top entrepreneurs and executives.

Among Rothenberg’s clients are Charlie Puth, Logic, blackbear, Trey Songz, Jazmine Sullivan, A$AP Ferg, Emotional Oranges and hitmakers Jon Bellion, Emily Warren and Skylar Grey, among others. Rothenberg also represents 300 Entertainment co-founder and 3EE Chairman/CEO Kevin Liles and recently closed catalog deals for Logic, Bellion, Grey and Warren.

Mohr represents R&B sensation Kehlani, producer-executive Hitmaka, Caroline Polachek, and (along with Binder) Atlanta chart-topper Gunna. He also reps Parkwood/Columbia duo Chloe x Halle for group and solo work across music film, television and branding partnerships, including activities surrounding Chloe’s debut solo album and tour and Halle’s performance as Ariel in Disney’s upcoming live-action remake of The Little Mermaid.

Binder continues to represent powerhouse hip-hop label Top Dawg Entertainment (home to SZA—who released Sony’s biggest album of 2023 to date—Doechii and Schoolboy Q). Binder also reps renowned DJ Marshmello who, along with manager Moe Shalizi, launched hits through label Joytime Collective and also dominates the dessert-snack world with Stuffed Puffs marshmallows. Binder’s clients include Gunna, Flo Milli, Alesso, Loud Luxury, bbno$, Southside, Latin artist Ivan Cornejo and Latin label Lumbre, home to Yahritza y su Esencia and Legato 7. Binder also negotiated the launch of former Capitol Records Chairman/CEO Jeff Vaughn’s Signal Records through Columbia.

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Matt Cuttler
New York native and firm partner Cuttler, who oversees RMB’s NYC office, works closely with the L.A. partners, focusing on all aspects and areas of the music industry. His clients include 100 gecs, Animal Collective, Grammy winner Arooj Aftab and Ethel Cain as well as in-demand composers Bobby Krlic (Midsommar) and Kyle Dixon & Michael Stein (Stranger Things).

Kevin Eskowitz
L.A.-based partner Eskowitz reps rising Republic star Conan Gray, who’s working on a new album and just wrapped Lollapalooza’s South American fests as well as a headlining tour in Asia. He also reps DJ/producer Gryffin, JPEGMAFIA, Noname, Emotional Oranges.

Lisa M. Lester
A former NCAA Division I tennis ace, Lester handles a wide range of transactional and IP matters, with a focus on the music industry, where she represents recording artists, producers, mixers, songwriters, managers and executives. Her clients include German DJ BUNT—who just inked a deal with Arista—2023 Grammy Best New Artist nominees DOMi & JD Beck, Rob Kinelski (Billie Eilish, Karol G) and Noah Goldstein (Kanye West, ROSALÍA, Frank Ocean).

Joe Duthie
Duthie joined the RMB’s New York office as an associate in 2021 and provides bi-coastal support for the firm’s clients. He graduated cum laude from Brooklyn Law School with a Certificate in Intellectual Property, Media and Information Law and interned at Sony Music and The Harry Fox Agency. Duthie previously worked at a boutique law firm representing talent and companies with transactional matters across film, TV, music, interactive media, fashion and other entertainment industries prior to his lateral move to RMB to focus on representing talent in music.

Amina McClain
An associate at the firm, McClain focuses on transactional talent matters in the music industry. Prior to attending law school, McClain spent time in L.A., where she gained valuable copyright and music-publishing experience while working in music licensing at UMPG before transitioning to UMG where she managed a copyright-clearance team. She’s a member of the New York chapter of Women in Music and a board member of Cristo Rey New York High School’s work-study program.

Nelson Adams
One of the newest members to the team, Adams joined RMB as an associate in 2022. With previous stints at UMG and Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, Adams provides support on a range of transactional matters for the firm.

Jaclyn Manganiello
Manganiello is an associate at RMB, where she works on a variety of matters across the music and entertainment industries. Prior to joining the firm, she was an in-house attorney at UMG. Manganiello graduated cum laude from Georgetown Law, where she served as president of the Georgetown Entertainment Media Alliance.