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The Wenzlau Law Group - Firm Members
Matthew B. Wenzlau (JD, MBA) is the founder of The Wenzlau Law Group, PLLC.
For over 13 years, he has concentrated in entertainment law, including motion pictures, television law, e-commerce, television, and music law.
Matthew is highly respected for providing practical advice that clients can incorporate in their entertainment practices.
enjoys an excellent reputation with many entertainment agencies throughout the country.
frequently handles matters involving federal, state, and local regulatory agencies, including prosecuting trademark applications, matters before the TTAB, private placements with the SEC
, and copyright matters.
From a business perspective, Matthew
frequently handles multiple vendor, distributor, and supply-chain arrangements, which businesses can leverage into their daily operations.
also represents clients in private disputes, arbitrations, and negotiations involving entertainment-related matters.
Matthew serves on numerous entertainment committees on topics, including Motion Pictures, Television, Broadcasting, E-Commerce and Music.
He is a member of the various Associations, consistently seeking the consistency and improvement of "best practices.
Matthew is a graduate of the Regent University School of Law (JD) and received his Master's of Business Administration (MBA) from Arizona State University.
"Arizona Motion Picture Tax Incentives Plan - Informational Pamphlet" - Assembled by Matthew Wenzlau, Wenzlau Law Group, PLLC.
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Wenzlau Law Group PLLC
10575 N 114th St Ste 103
Scottsdale, AZ 85259
Entertainment and Sports Law Section Members
Matthew Brian Wenzlau Wenzlau Law Group PLLC10575 N 114th St Ste 103Scottsdale, AZ 85259Phone: (480) 344-7788
One of Perdue's instructors is ...
One of Perdue's instructors is Scottsdale-based music and entertainment attorney Matthew Wenzlau, who began at MCC as a religion instructor before adding MUC 109: Merchandising And The Law to his courseload.
In a recent class, Wenzlau
detailed the financial benefits and risks for producers when they sign with an artist.
Among the paperwork he
showed the class was an contract he
negotiated, with the names redacted.
"The key is to get the students practical skills so they can go out and perform, as opposed to go out, get a job that unrelated to anything and hope for something in music down the line," Wenzlau
"We want to give students the ability to function immediately."
Among the other core course titles: Self-Promotion for the Music Industry, Music Business: Industry Leadership and E-Commerce, and Recording and Mass Media.
While Phoenix will never be a L.A. or Nashville, Wenzlau
feels the Valley can develop into a player on the national music scene.
And the MCC Music Business program hopes to facilitate that.
"We don't have enough venues or support to be a major (music market)," Wenzlau
"There's no riverwalk or attraction like that.