Danielle Price is an entertainment and intellectual property attorney specializing in music. Danielle is currently an associate at the boutique transactional entertainment law firm, LaPolt Law, P.C. where she drafts and negotiates agreements relating to the music business including recording and publishing agreements, rights clearance agreements for film and television, and agreements relating to new media, live touring and personal appearance.
Danielle began her career as an attorney in the Legal Affairs department of Warner Music Group where she handled matters of content protection and pursued claims of copyright and trademark infringement. Prior to WMG, Danielle worked in the Business and Legal Affairs departments of The Walt Disney Studios, and catalog record label, Rhino Entertainment, where she drafted talent agreements, album licenses, sound recording agreements and artwork licenses. Danielle previously also enjoyed a fruitful career in real estate where she honed her negotiation skills.
Danielle earned her law degree from Pepperdine University School of Law where she focused on intellectual property and entertainment law. Prior to law school, Danielle earned her bachelor’s degree in Political Science and Psychology from the University of Southern California. Danielle is a member of The Recording Academy and is actively involved in legislative efforts to encourage copyright policy reform in Washington, D.C.