KAITLYN O'NEILL, ESQUIRE
Kaitlyn O’Neill is an entertainment and media attorney who concentrates her practice in the areas of music, film, television and book publishing. Kaitlyn has negotiated numerous agreements for recording artists, gold and platinum songwriters and producers, musicians, composers, managers, record labels, production companies and publishing companies, as well as agreements for featured and guest talent in reality and scripted television shows, directors for the same; she has handled agreements for social media influencers, editors, writers, the life rights of individuals for film productions, and the like. She has also been lead counsel in lawsuits on behalf of producers against record labels for recovery of producer royalties.
Kaitlyn speaks at conferences on various entertainment issues. She was also an adjunct professor at York College of Pennsylvania, co-teaching the class Music Publishing, Licensing and Copyright and a guest lecturer at Attorney Lloyd Z. Remick’s class on “Legal Issues in Entertainment, Event Production and Hospitality Law” at the Temple University School of Hospitality and Tourism.
In 2010 Kaitlyn received her B.A. from Saint Joseph’s University and in 2013 she received her J.D. from Widener University School of Law. Kaitlyn is licensed to practice law in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania as well as the States of New Jersey and New York.