Case Arts Law founder Kevin Case addresses one of the new abortion battlegrounds: employer-provided travel benefits for women who are forced to travel out of state to obtain abortion services. His “Counsel’s Column” has been published in the December 2022 […]
Work stoppages in the symphony orchestra world usually come with a fair amount of PR “spin” as each side tries to make its case to donors, patrons, and the public that the other side is being unreasonable. The Fort Wayne […]
Case Arts Law founder Kevin Case provides an overview of orchestra negotiations in 2022 – what worked, what didn’t, and what challenges remain as we head into 2023. His “Counsel’s Column” appears in the November 2022 issue of Senza Sordino, […]
Kevin Case describes the recent developments in the law regarding vaccination mandates in the workplace, in his “Counsel’s Column” in the December 2021 issue of Senza Sordino. Read it here.
As I write this, at least a dozen ICSOM orchestras have announced the cancellation of concerts in response to the Covid-19 pandemic. Some of the cancellations have been forced by an order from civil authorities; others have been a voluntary […]
The recent termination of three musicians by the Grand Tetons Music Festival (GTMF) has garnered much attention on social media. The musicians were not let go for any kind of performance reasons; rather, GTMF says it was for “comportment” and […]
On August 3, 2017, Case Arts Law LLC founder Kevin Case addressed delegates to the 2017 conference of the Regional Orchestra Players Association (ROPA), held in Phoenix. Case gave a presentation and led a discussion regarding the emerging issue of […]
Case Arts Law LLC founder Kevin Case is profiled in the May 2017 issue of Chicago Lawyer magazine. “I’ve found a practice that I enjoy because it’s very gratifying to me,” Case said. “If I do my job right, I […]
Case Arts Law LLC founder Kevin Case’s article, “Musician vs. Musician: Harassment, Bullying, and How to Handle It” has been published in the March 2017 issue of Senza Sordino, the official publication of the International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians.
Kevin Case’s article, “Whack-a-Mole with the New Business Model”, has been published in the December 2016 issue of Senza Sordino, the official publication of the International Conference of Symphony and Opera Musicians.