RCJ attorneys have substantial experience representing artists and creatives of every stripe, including musicians, filmmakers, visual artists, authors, photographers, and digital artists – as well as the companies who do business with them.

We help clients navigate an array of increasingly-complex internet and intellectual property laws; secure rights to their works; manage their brands and reputations online and off; negotiate licensing and related agreements; and assist with the resolution of business and intellectual property disputes.

Chris was a professional journalist, newspaper editor and publisher before he became an attorney, and is uniquely suited to representing both traditional and new media ventures with respect to the internet, intellectual property, First Amendment and media law issues they commonly face.