Anibal A. Luque provides high-quality legal advice and practical counsel to creatives and entrepreneurs across the globe. Following today's progressive merging of industries, Anibal caters to the needs of companies and individuals who create products and provide services utilizing technology in the areas of music, art, and fashion.
His clients consist of companies that provide services and innovative products in the technology, media, apparel, and beverage industries, as well as those with an eye toward social enterprise. As a young enthusiastic entrepreneur himself, Anibal strives to help like-minded people become successful with the right legal planning.
Anibal represents tomorrow's leaders in the creative industries. He graduated from New York Law School, where he was a member of the Moot Court Association and the Institute for Information Law and Policy. He has advised and counseled independent record labels, art and fashion startups, music festivals, tech companies, beverage incubators, DJs and producers, stylists, public relations firms, management firms, and fine artists. Anibal also focuses on working with innovators of social good-- from digital education nonprofits to global impact travel-- he's helping shape the culture of tomorrow.
As part of his work, Anibal provides strategic business and legal counseling to creatives and entrepreneurs. His experience is primarily in advising on entity formation, protecting and enforcing copyrights and trademarks, drafting and negotiating a wide range of contracts including recording, publishing, licensing, independent contractor, sponsorship, tour, festival, merchandising, product endorsement, production, and distribution agreements, with a focus on international issues.
Most recently a Partner at Hoffman Luque LLP, Anibal also gained industry experience at Boyarski Fritz LLP and The Windish Agency as well as providing business and legal counsel to Parka Records. He also currently serves on the board of directors for POWRPLNT, a digital arts collaboratory currently housed at Red Bull Studios.
He is admitted to practice in New York, New Jersey, California, the United States District Court for the Eastern District of New York, and the Supreme Court of the United States.