We provide legal services across a range of practice areas.

We’re proud to represent some of the biggest names in music.


Matt Corby

5x platinum selling and ARIA award winner.


Cat Stevens (Yusuf Islam)

Global music legend.


The Voice Contestants (2012/2013)

Including winner and platinum selling artist Harrison Craig


The Trouble With Templeton

2013 Queensland Music Award winner

as well as………Jessica Mauboy, Karise Eden, Justice Crew, Holy Holy, Owl Eyes, Baby Animals, Stan Walker, Toni Childs, Mama Kin (management), Steve Clisby, Asta, Luke Kennedy, Cash Savage and the Last Drinks, Prinnie Stevens, Goldfields, Sarah De Bono, Electric Empire, Michael Barker (Split Enz, John Butler Trio), Lakyn, Dean Geyer, Tim Morrison, Natalie Bassingthwaitghe, Bruce Woodley (The Seekers), Diafrix, Neda, Miss Murphy, Kingswood (management), Danny Ross, Mahalia Barnes, M-Phases, Darren Percival, Holland, Brian Mannix, Emma Pask, Owen Campbell, Jackson McLaren, Michael Paynter, Sal Kimber and the Rollin’ Wheel, Sonic Animation, New Empire, Mista Savona, Jessica Paige, Rachael Leahcar and Doll House

and creative business including……Two Bright Lakes, 3 Wise Records, Obese records, Which Way Music, Original Matters, Soundworks Touring and Management, Chique Events, Tiny Monster, Delusion Records, Payback Records, Crawf TV, Jazz Play Records, Hooked Up Records, Wild Things Presents, Groove Pill Records, Decibels Records, Kiss FM, Blender Studio.

In 2012 and 2013, we were privileged to be selected by the Artists of The Voice as their legal representatives, having also represented contestants from Australian Idol, X-Factor and Australia’s Got Talent.

We are also proud to offer our pro-bono services to not-for-profit organisations including Music Victoria, Q-Music & Big Sound,  The Push & Face the Music, Multicultural Arts Victoria, SLAM, and the Arts Law Center of Australia.

We also represent clients across the wider entertainment and commercial sectors.

What’s happening with us and throughout our service industries. Here are our latest news offerings.

ACCC Makes Splash Against Drip Pricing

February 28, 2014 | Moira McKenzie

Have you ever gone online to buy a ticket to a gig, only to find yourself paying a considerable amount more than the advertised price? If so, you may have been a victim of ‘drip pricing.’ It’s a practice that’s not uncommon amongst online ticket sellers including airlines and event organisers, and one that could…


‘Termination Rights’ under U.S. Copyright Legislation

| Moira McKenzie

After six years of legal battle, ex Village People’s member Victor Willis has reclaimed the rights to 33 songs that he wrote including Y.M.C.A. This was after he had signed over the rights of the songs to his publisher after he left the band in 1979. He was alerted of a provision in the U.S….



January 22, 2014 | Moira McKenzie

The link provided below directs readers to an article written by Christie Eliezer on November 2013. It addresses the big win for Madonna and her producer, Robert “Shep” Pettibone, who were caught up in a lawsuit for allegedly sampling a section of music in Madonna’s hit single Vogue. Salsoul Orchestra sued Madonna for using the…