Meridian Law is pleased to announce that Alandis Brassel has joined the firm. Alandis advises and represents organizations and individuals in their litigation and transactional needs. Alandis’ practice includes breach of contract, entertainment, intellectual property (copyright and trademark) and estate matters. He also handles commercial transactions. Alandis has helped entrepreneurs, artists, songwriters, nonprofit organizations, companies, and individuals negotiate and enforce agreements and protect their assets and intellectual property rights.
Before entering private practice, Alandis worked as Counsel for U.S. Representative Jim Cooper (TN-05), where he advised the Congressman on policy, handled complex casework, and represented Representatie Cooper in the community. Alandis also served as the Program Director for the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville where he supervised the legal and education programs.
Alandis is a graduate of Vanderbilt University Law School where he was a Dean’s Scholar and served as Executive Development Editor of the Vanderbilt Journal of Transnational Law. Prior to law school, Alandis worked as a professional audio engineer and served a client list that included major record labels, a national television network, and a Grammy-winning record producer. He received a M.A. in Music Business from New York University and a B.S. in Music Engineering Technology (magna cum laude) from Hampton University where he was a member of the Honors College.
When he isn’t assisting clients, Alandis enjoys collecting vinyl records, officiating football games, and spending time with his wife, Thallen, and their two sons, Alandis, Jr. and Theodore.