Jacqueline Sabec is a partner of King, Holmes, Paterno & Soriano and manages the firm's San Francisco office. Ms. Sabec's practice includes all aspects of entertainment law with an emphasis on Grammy Award winning legacy artists, lifestyle branding, merchandise, touring, music and art festivals, venues, technology start ups, and industry executives. Ms. Sabec also handles complex acquisitions and sales of entertainment catalogs, and all entertainment issues relative to the Internet. Ms. Sabec is on the board of the Bill Graham Memorial Foundation and uses her additional expertise in nonprofit law to protect the icons, images, and entities of social change.
Ms. Sabec's experience includes artist management, executive producing albums and rock documentaries, and performing as a classically trained musician. Ms. Sabec often guest lectures on issues involving artist and digital rights, and enjoys surfing.
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