Justin Glyer, Esq., Founder and Principal of Glyer Media and Entertainment Law, has been practicing law for over 15 years. The firm primarily focuses on contracts and business and legal counsel in the areas of entertainment, media, technology, intellectual property, marketing and privacy law.
Justin has counseled or conducted successful negotiations with a broad spectrum of diverse people and businesses. He has worked with clients ranging from aspiring artists who need some guidance with their first contract to experienced executives at large companies searching for specialized legal expertise in a complex transaction or area of law.
Justin will ensure that you feel confident that your concerns are heard, your goals are prioritized and that legal issues are clearly explained, giving you the ability to make informed choices which allow you to achieve the best possible outcome. Unlike many large law firms, you can be sure that you will not get lost in the shuffle or passed off to inexperienced associates by the senior attorneys you first spoke with. Justin personally handles all services for each client from start to finish so that you can relax and trust that your legal interests are in good hands.
Justin has successfully drafted, reviewed and negotiated contracts involving individuals as well as businesses from the small up through the Fortune 100. These parties include digital media start-ups, mobile app companies, talent (actors, directors, writers, musicians, etc.), influencers, journalists, producers, movie studios, television networks, promoters, talent agencies, interview subjects, personal and business managers, distributors, record labels, publishers, performance rights organizations, investors, photographers, software developers, ISPs, public speakers, social media platforms, advertisers, marketing and telecommunications companies and numerous others.
Justin spent the majority of his career as a business and legal affairs professional for global media and entertainment companies including Creative Artists Agency (CAA), Current TV, Universal Music Group and EMI Recorded Music. He is able to carefully balance the needs to meet business and creative goals with minimizing exposure to legal risks and potential liability. In addition to providing legal support to artists and content and technology professionals, Justin has given extensive counsel to corporate departments ranging from business development, human resources, finance and accounting, to marketing, sales and operations.
Justin enjoys playing the piano and guitar, traveling, concerts, festivals, movies, binge-worthy TV, water and snow recreation and hiking.