Developing innovative pricing structures and alternative fee agreement models that deliver additional value for our clients.
Advancing professional knowledge and offering credits for attorneys, staff and other professionals.
Helping clients respond correctly when a crisis occurs.
Providing our clients with legal, strategic, and practical advice to make transformational changes in their organizations.
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Teaming with clients to advance sustainable projects, mitigate the effects of climate change, and protect our planet.
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Creating positive impact in our communities through increasing equity, access, and opportunity.
Monique Witter is an associate in the Entertainment practice group. She represents individuals and entities in the entertainment, consumer, and music industry on various transactional matters.
Monique is admitted to practice only in New York and is supervised by members of the firm who are members of the California bar.
I focus my practice on transactional matters for music clients, including drafting and negotiating producer agreements, side artist agreements, writer agreements, and deal amendments. I also assisted in drafting DMCA takedown notices, cease and desist letters, and other legal correspondence to prevent infringement.
The shape of the future of music through NFTs, allowing musicians to monetize their art through additional revenues streams and ensure musicians are paid more equitably for their artistry.
Syracuse University College of Law, J.D.
Syracuse University School of Education, B.S.
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