Timothy Liam Epstein JD

Timothy Liam Epstein was Referenced in The Wall Street Journal Article Entitled, “For Concerts During Covid, Unprecedented Legal Questions,” that was published on September 9, 2020.

"Timothy Epstein runs the entertainment and sports practice at law firm Duggan Bertsch and represents promoters of festivals including Pitchfork, Riot Fest and Life Is Beautiful. Because there aren’t many shows or lawsuits yet, he says, “there haven’t been a lot of tests so far” that would show whether existing insurance policies help cover legal costs."

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Timothy Liam Epstein named one of Billboard Magazine’s top music lawyers of 2020

Please join DUGGAN BERTSCH, LLC in congratulating our partner, Timothy Liam Epstein, Esq., for being named one of Billboard Magazine’s top music lawyers of 2020 for his work on behalf of clients in the live entertainment space.  Tim is one of the featured attorneys in the introductory piece discussing how he has helped guide his clients through this time of unprecedented economic and social upheaval.

Tim leads DB’s Entertainment, Events, & Festivals Practice Group.  While our entertainment practice is comprehensive in expertise, our focus is on serving the needs of business owners in the entertainment industry.  From promoters to ownership, we are well-attuned to client expectations and the unique demands of running a business in the entertainment industry.

Timothy Liam EPSTEIN extended his professional insight on IEBA’s Podcast.

On July 21, 2020, Mr. EPSTEIN offered his professional insight during an interview for IEBA’s Podcast.  The interview lasted about 30 mins in length and provided his legal perspective on common law considerations of force majeure provisions, emphasizing specificity, COVID-19 riders, the effectiveness of waivers, and more.

Workers’ Compensation & Remote Employees

As stay-at-home orders are being extended throughout the country, a significant population of the US workforce is and will continue to work remotely.  Because employers cannot actively monitor and supervise their employees, employers are exposed to additional risks of liability.  One significant risk is the potential for employees to sustain accidental injuries while working remotely.

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