Josh Brackin has joined law firm Loeb & Loeb’s Nashville office as Senior Counsel, bringing more than 15 years of experience in various segments of the music and new media industries.
Brackin will handle a variety of transactional entertainment matters with a focus on music, copyright, digital and new media rights, administration and licensing of intellectual property rights and corporate organization. He represents recording artists, record labels, distributors, songwriters, music publishers, managers, producers, mixers and other media-related entities.
Brackin joins Loeb & Loeb from Greenberg Traurig where he practiced in the firm’s Atlanta office. Previously, he served in business affairs roles at Bug Music, BMG Chrysalis and Evergreen Copyrights.
John T. Frankenheimer, chair of Loeb & Loeb’s Music Industry Practice commented, “Our team in Nashville is well situated to handle almost any legal or business matter that arises in the music industry. Josh will be a terrific asset to that practice, as well as an integral part of our national entertainment offering.”
“We’re excited to bring Josh on board to help clients navigate the legal issues associated with the music industry,” added Loeb & Loeb’s Nashville Office Manager of Administration Tiffany Dunn, a partner in the firm’s nationally recognized Entertainment Department. “His diverse, business-oriented experience further strengthens our ability to serve our music clients as well as the array of creative, tech-based and other entrepreneurial companies that have entered the Nashville market.”
Loeb & Loeb’s Nashville office was founded nearly 25 years ago and, since then, the firm has counseled many of the most revered institutions and individuals in Nashville entertainment, contributing to Loeb’s recent recognition as the 2017 “Music Law Firm of the Year” by U.S. News & World Report and Best Lawyers.
“Loeb is the go to firm in all segments of music, entertainment and digital media and I’m thrilled to be joining this esteemed group,” said Brackin. “Nashville is continuing to experience incredible growth and it’s an exciting time to return to this dynamic market, working with a firm that has deep roots in music city and an impressive national platform.”
Brackin holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Recording Industry Management from Middle Tennessee State University and he earned his J.D. from The John Marshall Law School in Chicago
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