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Jennifer Mitchell

Casablanca,
Canadian Music Publishers Association (CMPA)
Toronto, ON, Canada
After several years working as an entertainment attorney, Jennifer co-founded Casablanca Media Publishing (“Casablanca”) in 2001 with Edmund Glinert and helped build Casablanca into a leading independent Canadian music publisher. Casablanca has successfully represented such publishers as 20th Century Fox, Carlin America, Bug/BMG, Chrysalis/BMG, Arc Music, Imagem, Barton Music, Strictly Confidential, the estate of Roy Orbison, AC/DC, and many songwriters such as Steve Miller, Jimmy Webb, Michelle Wright, and Melissa Etheridge among others. After Mr. Glinert’s passing in 2011, Jennifer became the President of Casablanca (a title which she continues to hold).

More recently Jennifer founded Red Brick Songs (“Red Brick”) for new business development and song writer signings. Jennifer serves as the President of Red Brick and over the past 4 years, she has built Red Brick into another leading music publisher in Canada, representing such prestigious catalogues as Abkco, Disney Music Group, Fairwood Music, Budde Music, Bucks Music Group, and the estate of John Lennon to name a few. Red Brick has also built an impressive roster of songwriters, including the members of the bands The Rural Alberta Advantage, Dan Davidson, The Fast Romantics, Cuff The Duke, Andy Shauf, Teen Daze, Psychic Twin, The Luyas, Silverstein, Nygel Asselin, Swim Good, Field Mouse etc.

Jennifer is currently a member of a number of professional and industry organizations including the International Association of Entertainment lawyers, Canadian Independent Music Association, and the Law Society of Upper Canada. She is a member of the Board of Directors for SOCAN, CMRRA and CMPA, and also sits the advisory committee for the Ontario Media Development Corporation. Red Brick/Casablanca is also a member of the Independent Music Publishers’ Forum.