Lloyd Remick, Philadelphia Entertainment Attorney and Professor, Releases Debut Thriller Novel
Lloyd Zane Remick, one of the nation's top entertainment attorney's, just released his debut novel, titled Two Times Platinum.
Published by Austin Macauley, the book takes the reader behind-the-scenes of the sports and entertainment industries, exposing the seedy side of both. It also gives the reader a realistic account of how deals are structured and how they sometimes come crashing down.
"After a forty-year career in the sports and entertainment industries, I've seen a thing or two," said Remick. "In my book I give the reader an inside look in the sports and entertainment worlds and how they are not as glamourous as they might appear to the average person. There are twists and turns in the storyline, and I think readers will be engaged with the characters' struggles and triumphs."
Two Times Platinum, published by Austin Macauley, (December 2017) can be purchased on (http://www.austinmacauley.com/us/book/two-times-platinum. Price: $16.99, ISBN: 9781947353886. It is available in Amazon, Barnes & Noble and bookstores across the country. Advance review copies are available upon request.
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About Lloyd Remick: Lloyd Z. Remick, Esquire is an attorney who concentrates in entertainment, sports, hospitality and communications law. He is president of Zane Management, Inc., a Philadelphia- based sports, entertainment and communications consulting and management firm. Remick represents several award-winning recording artists, writers, and producers, and television, radio, and entertainment personalities. He also represented and managed the late Grammy Award winning Grover Washington, Jr. for over twenty years. Remick is a registered contract adviser with the National Football League Players' Association and the NCAA. He has also represented athletes in variety of other sports, including basketball, baseball, ice-skating, crew, boxing, soccer, and track and field.
Remick received his B.S. from Wharton School in 1959, his J.D. from Temple University School of Law in 1962, and a L.L.M. in tax law from Villanova School of Law in 1984. Remick teaches entertainment and sports law at Temple University School of Law and "The Legal Aspects of Hospitality and Tourism" at the Temple University School of Hospitality and Tourism.Remick was named as one of the "Super Lawyers" and "Best Lawyers in America" by his peers. He was also named International Entertainment Lawyer of the Year.