Kurosh Nasseri

Kurosh Nasseri is known as the go-to lawyer for the various business aspects of electronic music: over the years he has represented Afrojack, Armand van Helden, Carl Craig, Deep Dish, Dubfire, Duck Sauce, Felix Da Housecat, iio, Nicky Romero, Paul van Dyk, Richie Hawtin, Sharam and many other artists as well as various labels, publishers, download sites, ringtone providers, fashion brands and motion picture production companies.

Kurosh is a graduate of Georgetown University Law Center where he was a law review editor; he returned to Georgetown for a Master of Laws degree (LL.M.) in International and Comparative Law. He currently serves as a Trustee for the Grammys and is the co-founder of the new Association for Electronic Music.

Having been listed early on by UK Muzik magazine as one of the 50 most influential people in electronic music and having celebrated the 20th anniversary of his boutique law practice in 2012, Kurosh often speaks at music industry conferences and remains a fan of electronic music.