Entertainment Law

For artists today, whether publishing a book, recording an album, or any creative endeavor, one of their greatest assets can be effective legal representation. Having helped launch the nationally recognized hip-hop artist Bizz ‘Prince of Jersey’ through Trinet Entertainment Group, the Law Offices of Doner & Castro is one of South Jersey’s leading law firms specializing in entertainment law.

Superfly Jimmy Snuka autobiographySouth Jersey Entertainment Law, Wrestler Bio Image - Law Offices of Doner & Castro, P.C.

Kevin Castro, Esq., a partner with the Law Office of Doner & Castro P.C. is currently the literary agent for legendary professional wrestler/sports entertainer, Superfly Jimmy Snuka. Mr. Castro has worked directly with Superfly Snuka and his business agent, Carole Snuka to negotiate and place Mr. Snuka’s long awaited biography with Triumph Publishing located in Chicago, Illinois. Our office assisted with Contract negotiations, co-author selection and promotional assistance for the autobiography entitled, Superfly: The Jimmy Snuka Story. The book was recently published by Triumph Publishing in December 2012. Continue…

 

 

Bizz recently released Prince of Jersey 2.0Camden County Entertainment Lawyer, Bizz Album Image - Law Offices of Doner & Castro, P.C.

“Prince of Jersey 2.0” feat Freeway, Omillio Sparks, Q.Parker of 112, Kinetic9 (Killarmy) with production from 4th Disciple. Also featured is the club anthem “Dark & Light”, “Best In My Age Group” feat DJ Kay Slay and the banging street single “We Shine” feat hip-hop icon Freeway which is already receiving spins on HOT97 FM (NY) & Sirus Radio. The single has also appeared on several mixtapes & online sites. Recently Bizz opened for worldwide superstar B.O.B. in Philadelphia drawing rave reviews. Continue…

 

Henry Doner featured in South Jersey MagazineEntertainment Lawyer, South Jersey Magazine Image - Law Offices of Doner & Castro, P.C.

From the November 2009 issue
It’s not every day you’ll see a buttoned-down, clean-cut attorney join forces with a streetwise North Jersey hip-hop/rap artist. But Henry Doner is not your everyday kind of attorney. “I have alway had an entrepreneurial spirit and a lot of energy,” the 51-year-old Voorhees resident explains. “And I’ve always been open to trying new things.” And new things have been happening. Doner, who practices law with his business partner – and now-fellow entertainment producer – attorney Kevin Castro. Doner, a 1976 graduate of Cherry Hill High School West, says he’s long been down for being able to “keep his fingers in a lot of pies.” Becoming a de-facto hip-hop/rap record producer/promoter is no different. But the story of how it all happened is, he admits, a bit unusual. Continue…