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The daughter of Irving H. Levin, a noted film producer and theater owner, Ms. Levin grew up around the noted musicians of the day. Elvis lived across the street in Beverly Hills and Sindee's father produced Charro, Elvis' 1969 Western. The combination of the legal profession and the entertainment industry defined her professional domain.
Her legal career began at Wyman, Bautzer, Rothman, Kuchel & Sibert, a firm that represented MGM/UA among other mega-
La Bamba director, Taylor Hackford, became a principal executive at New Visions Pictures where Ms. Levin was appointed Vice President of Business Affairs. In this position Levin handled agreements related to music acquisition, rights and copyright and negotiated and drafted agreements for motion pictures and television. After a few years at New Visions Levin decided to open The Law Offices of Sindee Levin.
Levin, a Hollywood veteran has invaluable contacts, education and expertise; she is a powerful advocate for songwriters, composers, recording artists, music publishers and record labels. A noted expert who speaks at conferences, panels and seminars nationwide, she is a well-