November 13, 2019, New York, NY – Copyright and music boutique Alter Kendrick & Baron has added senior intellectual property attorney Dean Marks and litigator Jennine Nwoko to serve its growing roster of entertainment industry clients.
Marks, a respected expert on copyright and digital rights, previously served as Executive Vice President, Deputy General Counsel and Chief, Global Content Protection for the Motion Picture Association of America ("MPAA"). At MPAA, Marks headed a global team to safeguard film and television content from piracy on behalf of the major Hollywood studios. Prior to that, Marks held senior in-house roles at Warner Bros. and Time Warner.
Nwoko’s practice focuses on copyright law, with an emphasis on music. She handles both litigation and transactional matters for music clients. Prior to joining AKB, Nwoko helped litigate cases on behalf of several Fortune 500 companies at a national law firm. She has also worked at an artist development company and represented artists in deals with major record labels.
“We are thrilled to have Dean and Jennine join our firm,” says Lisa Alter. AKB partner Jacqueline Charlesworth adds: “What a privilege it is to be working with Dean, with his tremendous expertise in intellectual property issues, and Jennine, whose music and litigation capabilities will be invaluable to our team.”
Alter Kendrick & Baron is at the forefront of music copyright law, handling both litigation matters and complex transactions involving significant music assets. The firm also advises on matters involving film, software and other types of intellectual property.