Max D. Fabricant
Max D. Fabricant is an Attorney in the Entertainment and Intellectual Property Section of King & Ballow in Nashville, Tennessee.
Max received his Bachelor of Science from Elon University in 2015, where he graduated with magna cum laude, President’s List, and Leadership Fellowship distinctions. After graduating, he moved to Los Angeles, California where he spent two years working in marketing positions at Interscope Records in Santa Monica. In 2017, he left Interscope to attend law school so that he could help creatives in the music and entertainment industries as an attorney. In 2020, he received his Juris Doctor from William & Mary Law School with a concentration in Intellectual Property Law.
While at William & Mary Law School, Max served as an active member of the Student Intellectual Property Society, the President of the Sports and Entertainment Law Society, and the Vice President of the Business Law Society. During his law school semesters, Max worked on civil litigation matters as a legal extern for the Legal Aid Society of Eastern Virginia (“LASEVA”) and Gordon Rees Scully Mansukhani, LLP in Williamsburg, Virginia.
During his first law school summer, Max returned to Santa Monica to work in Interscope Records’ Business and Legal Affairs department. In 2019, Max spent the summer at Serling Rooks Hunter McKoy Worob & Averill, LLP in New York, New York where he helped represent a wide variety of musicians, songwriters, engineers, and producers. He has experience in drafting and negotiating recording, publishing, licensing, employment, non-disclosure, branding and sponsorships agreements, issuing demand, settlement, and cease-and-desist letters, handling trademark registration, business entity formation and litigation matters related to the entertainment industry.
Education & Court Admissions
J.D., William & Mary Law School
B.S., Elon University
Licensed in: California, Tennessee
Admitted to Practice: U.S. District Court, Northern District of California, Southern District of California