Jeremy Brook is an entertainment, music, and business attorney. His clients include recording artists, songwriters, producers, film production companies, entrepreneurs, investors, and other businesses serving the needs of the music, film, and entertainment industries. With a broad transactional law background that includes music and film industry contracts and licensing, business entity structuring and strategy, mergers and acquisitions, private equity, debt financing and commercial lending, and real estate, Jeremy brings a varied and unique perspective to each client's business. Prior to venturing out on his own, Jeremy was an attorney at Stites & Harbison for seven years.
While a deep love for music developed in Jeremy’s teenage years, it was during his time at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia, that he honed this passion into a focused career path. Studying for two degrees in the town that legends such as REM and the B-52s call home nurtured Jeremy's interest in music, and he then made the move to Nashville to pursue a career in entertainment law after completing his law degree.
Jeremy serves on the International Board of Directors for Alpha Epsilon Pi Fraternity, and he is also the Secretary of the Board of Directors for the Gordon Jewish Community Center in Nashville. Likewise, Jeremy is a board member of the Temple Congregation Ohabai Sholom and is on the Legal and HR Committee of the National Museum of African American Music. Jeremy is an emeritus member of the Young Alumni Board of UGA's Terry College of Business and an alumnus member of SOLID (Society of Leaders in Development). He is a volunteer attorney for the Tennessee Volunteer Lawyers and Professionals for the Arts and is a member of a number of legal and music industry professional organizations.
When he's not thinking about the future of the music business, Jeremy is often cooking good food, playing mediocre bass, or playing bad guitar. Spirited debates about the merits of various barbeque styles and the best blues and rock n' roll guitarists are favorite pastimes. Saturdays in the fall are devoted to the Georgia Bulldogs, and the rest of the year, he can be found spending time with his wife and three children.