Lori Landew Named to the Philadelphia Business Journal List of Women of DistinctionOctober 31, 2017 – Press Releases
Fox Rothschild LLP congratulates Partner Lori Landew, who was named to the Philadelphia Business Journal’s prestigious Women of Distinction list.
This esteemed list honors 30 influential women in the Greater Philadelphia area who are making a difference in the business world and in their communities.
Landew was recognized for brokering deals for celebrity clients in music, television, fashion and film that help to launch their careers, build their brands or elevate brands to the national level, as well as work for documentary filmmakers, TV production and independent record labels. Her impressive list of clients includes model Ashley Graham, celebrity chef Marc Murphy, Sony Music, Warner Bros. Records and QVC, among many others.
A member of the firm’s nationwide Entertainment Law Department, Landew currently sits on the board of the Greater Philadelphia Film Office and is a founder and member of the board of directors of LiveConnections.org, an organization that connects all kinds of people through all kinds of music. Landew was also on the board of governors of the Philadelphia Chapter of the Recording Academy (the Grammy organization).
Landew has also been honored several times by Variety in its prestigious Dealmaker’s Impact Report, the New York Women’s Impact Report and the Dealmakers Elite New York lists.
Fox’s nationwide Entertainment Law Practice works with celebrated and respected artists, writers, producers and executives including Grammy®, Emmy®, Golden Globe® and Academy Award®-winning stars, as well as music and licensing businesses in television, film and music. The firm’s attorneys are recognized as leaders in inking important Hollywood deals and closing corporate transactions that are changing the way business is done in the digital age. In the music industry, Fox represents composers, musicians, record labels, music publishers and live performance venues.
The firm’s entertainment attorneys also work with models and fashion designers; nonprofits, including museums, universities and charities; apparel companies, merchandising and distribution businesses; digital and mobile services; content creators and providers; and advertising and public relations firms.