Entertainment law attorney representing musicians. Paul Quin has also spent many years as a professional drummer and remains active in the music industry. Mr. Quin represents musicians, and particularly drummers, in a number of civil, legal arenas.
Wednesday, March 18, 2015
Conservatory Tchaikovsky in Nocera Terinese, Italy
Paul Quin was a panelist at the Sessions event on March 18, 2015. The event was held at the Conservatory Tchaikovsky in Nocera Terinese, Italy. Additional panelists included Frederic Macarez (Timpanist and Educator), Christine Ohlman (Vocalist/Songwriter), Dom Famularo (Drumming’s Global Ambassador), Liberty DeVitto (Drummer/Recording Artist), and Joe Hibbs (Mapex Drums Artist Relations Manager).
The presentation included advice to artists on how to sharpen their business skills with regard to their music career. As an extra bonus, attendees were given the opportunity to jam with the panel.
Paul Quin is a partner at Saxon Gilmore & Carraway, P.A. and concentrates his practice on entertainment law, environmental law, toxic torts, products liability, medical malpractice, freedom of speech and general tort law. Mr. Quin has focused his practice on FELA litigation and railroad law, and is a past member of the National Association of Railroad Trial Counsel. He has also spent many years as a professional drummer and remains active in the music industry. Mr. Quin represents musicians, and particularly drummers, in a number of civil, legal arenas. He received his B.A. degree, with honors, from Manchester University, England in 1990, his M.A. degree in American History from Louisiana State University in 1992, and his J.D. degree, High Distinction, from the University of Iowa, College of Law in 1998, where he also received the Antonia D.J. Miller Award for Contributions to Human Rights.