CHILDREN’S ENTERTAINMENT

For over twenty years, Howard Leib has been, in the words of Billboard magazine, “America’s leading children’s entertainment lawyer.” While at one of our country's top entertainment law firms, Leib became involved with the children's entertainment industry. Since then he has built a specialty for himself in the field. He has represented such acts as Raffi, The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Lightyear Entertainment (producers of the award-winning "Stories to Remember" series), Kid Rhino, and Bob McGrath of "Sesame Street."

Leib founded the Children’s Entertainment Association and, in 1997, created the BrainCamp conference, providing a forum for those at the top of the kids' entertainment industry to meet, exchange ideas and socialize in an informal and informative environment. For thirteen years BrainCamp was the only high-level, cross-media conference geared to major players in children's entertainment. Leib also founded and published BrainCamp News, a weekly e-mail newsletter on important events within the kids' entertainment industry, distributed to more than 5,000 people in over 50 countries.

“I founded my private practice as a Children’s Entertainment business. I have worked hard to help build and shape an industry and am pleased to finally see this area of the entertainment world being recognized as important. I have always enjoyed working with people who entertain children and look forward to continuing to do so through out my career.” -Howard Leib

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The Law Offices of Howard Leib, Esq., P.C. are located in Ithaca, New York, advising clients across the United States and around the world in connection with entertainment law, intellectual property law, the entertainment industry and corporate matters.


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