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June 27, 2024

Alasauskas and McLoughlin Invited to Join the Recording Academy Class of 2024

Swanson, Martin & Bell, LLP attorneys Amanda Alasauskas and Mark McLoughlin have been invited to join the Recording Academy Class of 2024 as leading practitioners in their field. The Recording Academy is the leading community of music professionals that organizes the annual Grammy Awards. Its mission is to recognize excellence in the recording arts and sciences, cultivate the well-being of the music community, and ensure that music remains an indelible part of our culture. Learn more about the Recording Academy here.

This invitation offers an opportunity to serve the music community, celebrate their craft, and advocate for human creators' rights. This year's class of invitees is 45% women, 57% people of color, and 47% under the age of 40. They have been recognized for fostering a better world for music creators and fighting for their rights. 

Amanda J. Alasauskas focuses her practice on Entertainment and Media Law, Intellectual Property Litigation and Transactional Services, Commercial Litigation and Business Disputes. Amanda has represented entities ranging from individuals and small businesses to international corporations in state and federal court in a wide range of commercial litigation, contractual, and business tort matters. Learn more about Amanda and her practice.

Mark J. McLoughlin specializes in Entertainment and Media Law and has experience with a variety of industry-specific contracts, such as recording agreements, producer agreements, and music management agreements. He has also assisted art collectives, large corporations, and individuals in commercial litigation and business disputes. Learn more about Mark and his practice here.

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