The Brooklyn-based law firm CoveyLaw provides legal services to domestic and international nonprofit, corporate, and arts organizations. For musicians, actresses, dancers, visual artists, record labels, talent agencies, theater groups, and other professionals working across the creative and digital industries, we manage immigration, entertainment, nonprofit, and business problems.
Touring in the United States may be incredibly rewarding for performers. But entering the United States can be a less appealing process. Over 3,000 artists, actors, dancers, and their crews seek the assistance of CoveyLaw, the most reputable, reasonably priced, and dedicated law practice specializing on performing artist visa matters, each year. They have lawyers and artists on staff who are familiar with the requirements of performing artists.
CoveyLaw is a full-service immigration law business that serves the interests of private individuals and families as well as professionals in the entertainment, sports, fashion, academic, and corporate sectors.
Streaming, copyrights, live and recording contracts, royalties, and trademarks are just a few of the legal difficulties that CoveyLaw's attorneys are experienced with. They also have knowledge of a wide range of other legal matters linked to media, entertainment, rights, and intellectual property.
The Nonprofit & Business Group at CoveyLaw offers legal advice in the areas of nonprofit and corporate law, human resources and employment law, art law, trusts, estates, and planned giving, as well as federal and state tax law, to assist organizations and businesses in innovating and adapting.