Keystone Law has boosted its offering to the music and entertainment industry with the appointment of experienced music lawyer, Nick Weaser. Nick joins Keystone as a partner, after five years at Clintons.
Nick advises a diverse range of emerging and established artists, producers, songwriters and managers on all aspects of their careers and across the full spectrum of music industry contracts.
Much of Nick’s work relates to the UK, Europe and the United States but he also has a unique understanding of the Asian and Australasian markets, representing a number of clients in these jurisdictions.
James Knight, CEO and Founder of Keystone Law, said:
“Nick is an exceptional lawyer with a thriving client base. We are delighted that he has chosen to develop his practice at Keystone and further strengthen our offering to the music industry.”
Nick Weaser said:
“Keystone’s innovative and forward-thinking model perfectly complements the music industry, and offers me the ideal combination of flexibility and freedom to be able to provide bespoke support and advice, whilst continuing to deliver excellent service to my clients. I look forward to working with the other highly-experienced lawyers at the firm.”