Attorney

Ron Bienstock  was playing gigs by night and the editor for the International Musicians & Recording World when he was hired by Hoshino to serve as their General Counsel.  It was at that time when Ron realized he could combine his two loves, music and the law.  In 1987 he opened Bienstock &...
Ed Cramer was the long time music attorney who played a vital role in ensuring the performance and composing rights of musicians and songwriters. His list of clients reads like a who’s who of American Popular Music and his dedication to ASCAP and other organizations has helped many performers...
Arthur Linter had many stories to share, like the one about his real birthday. “My mother told me, ‘Your birthday is March 14, 1913, but it says April 5 on your birth certificate because the doctor put it in his pocket and carried it around for a few days before he filed it.’” He was a street wise...
Mark Sendroff grew up close to downtown New York and at a young age fell in love with Broadway shows.  Following his love of the theater and interest in the law, Mark became one of only a few lawyers specializing in theater in New York.  While his practice has grown over the years, so has his...