Kathy Lombard has been a solo practitioner for fifteen years, representing a broad range of entertainment clients. In television she has performed legal services in connection with the following programs: Taylor Swift (Hub), America Are You Normal (Own) Rush Zone (Nicktoons), Pictureka (Hub), Hubworld (Hub), CMT's Next Country Star (CMT), Live From The Buffalo Chip/Gregg Allman and George Thorogood (HD Net) Psych (USA), Biggest Loser (NBC) Boys of Summer (ESPN), Nashville Star (USA), Signing Time (PBS), Temptation Island (Fox), Trading Spouses (Fox), Ballers (BET), Big Fat Obnoxious Fiancé (Fox); The Making of Menudo (MTV/Tres) Change/Over (The Tennis Channel) Identity (NBC) Reality Remix (Fox Reality); Joe Millionaire (Fox), M*A*S*H 30 Year Reunion Special (Fox).

Her film credits include "The Seven Laws of Spiritual Success" (20th Century Fox Home Video), "How to Know God" (20th Century Fox Home Video), "Powder Blue" starring Jessica Biel and Ray Liotta, "The Strip" starring Dave Foley, the upcoming feature film "The Jungle Book" produced by DQ Entertainment and Rollman Entertainment Inc. and the animated DVD series "Iesodo" produced by Zaya Toonz.

Kathy also represents numerous clients including Kevin Fagan, cartoonist of the long-running syndicated strip "Drabble", recording artist Ben Wachman, composer Joe Alfuso, writer/director Ron Frank and Shark Tank winner Mod Mom Furniture.

Kathy also has successfully litigated and successfully settled several high-profile idea disclosure/copyright infringement and breach of contract cases. Of counsel Sarah Martoccia lends services to the firm in the area of employment law and litigation.

In addition to her work as production counsel, Kathy represents producers Eric Rollman (former President Marvel Entertainment) SenovvA (the Oscars, Bring it On, American Idiot), In Motion Entertainment (SeaWorld) and Corus Entertainment VP, Irene Weibel.

Kathy is also legal counsel to several companies specializing in live events and musical theatre. She currently provides legal production counsel to McCoy-Rigby Entertainment, producers of the current national tours of Peter Pan starring Cathy Rigby, Jekyll & Hyde, Camelot starring Lou Diamond Phillips, the national tour of the musical "Happy Days" and the SenovvA production of "Fellowship: The Musical Parody of the Fellowship of the Ring" which runs to sold out audiences in Los Angeles. Kathy also represents Tom McCoy, artistic director of the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts.

As a successful litigator, Kathy has settled many high profile idea disclosure/copyright infringement, employment and breach of contract cases.

Prior to starting her solo practice, Kathy was employed in the music departments of Mitchell, Silberberg & Knupp and the Codikow & Carroll firm where she worked on behalf of songwriters, publishers and talent. Prior to beginning her legal career, she worked in the music business as Director of Copyrights and Licensing for Atlantic Records in New York and in printed music at Music Sales/G. Schirmer.

She has a music degree from NYU and graduated from Southwestern Law School where she earned writing honors. She is author of the book Rock Riffs For Keyboard. She currently resides in Palos Verdes with her husband, a physician, and their two sons.

Attorney Sarah Martoccia is of counsel to Kathy Lombard and lends services to the firm in the area of employment law and litigation.