Robert Reynolds (manager/lawyer)

Robert Reynolds (born in Las Vegas, NV) is an entertainment lawyer and Manager of multi-platinum, international recording artists The Killers (band). With an entertainment law practice in Las Vegas, he also represents authors, dancers, actors, UFC fighters, celebrity chefs and various bands signed to major and independent labels. [ Musexpo2008 - UNITED NATIONS OF MUSIC & MEDIA ] ]

Prior to managing The Killers and joining a Las Vegas law firm, Robert Reynolds graduated with honors from NYU School of Law, where he was President of the New York University Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Association and a recipient of the Jack Katz Memorial Award in Entertainment Law. After NYU, Robert was an associate at Skadden, Arps in New York City, where he worked on litigations involving online music for clients including, Yahoo!, Launchcast and Napster. [ Robert H. Reynolds Las Vegas, Nevada Profile ] ]

Lawsuit with former Killers manager Braden Merrick

Since The Killers were founded in 2002, Robert Reynolds began working with the band as their lawyer. After their then-manager Braden Merrick was hired and subsequently terminated (claims including breach of contract and breach of fiduciary duty), Robert Reynolds became the band's manager. On February 21, 2006, Braden Merrick sued Robert Reynolds and The Killers for breach of contract, demanding at least $16 million in damages.

In response, The Killers petitioned the California Labor Commissioner to void their contract with Braden Merrick and order him to return the commissions he has received. The Killers claim that he was a "dishonest" and "incompetent" manager who was unwilling to perform his duties. Furthermore, they allege that Merrick was secretly working for and getting paid by the A&R representative from the band's record label to scout for new talent. And finally, they contend that they had done all they could to preserve their relationship with Merrick and "persuade [him] to take his obligations seriously." Robert Reynolds and The Killers also filed motions in the federal court lawsuit to dismiss Merrick's case. Currently, the issue is still awaiting a decision by the Labor Commissioner. [Butler, Susan. "The Killers Ask Judge To Toss Out Claim." "BillboardBiz".]

External links

* [ Exclusive Video Interview with Robert Reynolds]

See Also

The Killers (band)


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