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As the landscape of Music Row continues to change, Adams and Reese has announced the consolidation of its Nashville operations in the firm’s downtown location.

After its longtime building on Nashville’s famed Music Row was sold, Adams and Reese’s Music Row attorneys have moved to the firm’s Nashville office at Fifth Third Center, 424 Church Street, joining a group of more than 30 attorneys and government relations professionals in that location.

“This is the end of an era for Adams and Reese on Music Row, and we’re saddened to say goodbye to a location we truly loved,” said Lynn Morrow, who served as the Partner in Charge for Adams and Reese’s Music Row office. “While we wish we could have remained housed in this part of the historic community, we were forced to make a change following the sale of our building. It created an exciting opportunity for us to join our colleagues just blocks away, and the move allows us to better collaborate with the entire Adams and Reese team in Nashville,” she added.

Linda Edell Howard, a Partner who opened the Music Row office of Adams and Reese in 2001 and leads the firm’s Entertainment and New Media team, said, “We may have lost our building, but we will never lose our Music Row Spirit. Our team will certainly miss the daily atmosphere of Music Row. However, this will be a seamless transition for our clients and we remain poised at the forefront of the most challenging issues creators and intellectual property owners face.”

Adams and Reese’s Entertainment and New Media team has more than 75 years of combined experience and strength in both the law and the business of entertainment. Team members concentrate their work in the growing and ever-changing entertainment, intellectual property, new media, multimedia, e-commerce, social and business entrepreneur and social network practice areas.

With particular strength in representing a broad range of creative industries, from entertainment to marketing to technology, Adams and Reese’s Entertainment and New Media team helps clients across the globe reach their potential and protect their assets.

As part of the firm’s greater Global Intellectual Property Team, lawyers in this area are at the forefront of issues facing songwriters, music publishers, recording artists, producers, creators of other works, digital, wireless, social media firms, production companies, ministries, estates and trusts associated with deceased creators, personal managers, celebrities, brands, authors, illustrators, graphic artists, inventors, merchandisers, infomercial marketers, banks, unions, trademark and domain name holders, TV and film personalities and start-ups.