Koslyn has been practicing law since 1985, and established her own firm in 1990.
She has litigated a wide variety of entertainment disputes, including recording artists suing their bandmates, recording artists being sued by their bandmates, recording artists suing their record labels, music publishers being sued by their songwriters, personal managers being sued by recording artists, recording artists suing their personal managers, soundtrack producers suing their distributors, former trademark owners being sued by their trademark buyers, joint copyright owners being sued by their co-owners, copyright and trademark owners suing alleged infringers, and alleged infringers being sued by copyright and trademark owners.
She has been quoted on legal issues in national publications USA Today and People, and has appeared on industry panels at the DIY Convention and University of Southern California, the KPFK radio show Samm Brown’s For the Record, and on television shows Entertainment Tonight, the E! Entertainment special, “Women on the ‘Net” and web television show “Asked and Answered.”
Pro bono work includes litigation for the Feminist Majority (Rock for Choice) and the Freedom From Religion Foundation, and transactional work for CineWomen, International Global Corps, the Exceptional Children’s Foundation, and Center for Inquiry.
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