Few places have been as hard hit by the novel coronavirus pandemic as New York City. Broadway is shuttered indefinitely and music acts won’t be filling stadiums anytime soon — but that doesn’t mean there’s been a shortage of work for New York’s Power Lawyers. The Hollywood Reporter is spotlighting 20 attorneys with specialties in theater, fashion, media and music litigation who’ve been tasked with creating new deals in an unsteady landscape (cue the live-capture craze) and fighting cutting-edge courtroom battles via Zoom.
Profiles by Kirsten Chuba, Ashley Cullins, Sharareh Drury, Mia Galuppo, Eriq Gardner, Natalie Jarvey, Katie Kilkenny and Tatiana Siegel.
This story first appeared in the Dec. 9 issue of The Hollywood Reporter magazine. Click here to subscribe.