Inspired by the entrepreneurial spirit he shares with our clients, Myles is committed to protecting artists and businesses through customized intellectual property strategies.
Myles brings over twenty-five years of experience in entertainment, sports, technology and intellectual property law to the Foundry team. He has worked with prominent members of the arts and entertainment industry, including numerous Grammy, Oscar, Emmy and Tony Award winners. Drawing from his deep knowledge of intellectual property issues and his experience as a successful entrepreneur, Myles helps artists and creative businesses protect their work.
Myles’s passion for music and artists’ rights has been a longtime source of inspiration. He assists creative clients by providing guidance on business strategy and intellectual property protection. Myles is the founder of Recapture Your Copyright, a legal resource for artists seeking to regain control of their copyrighted work. Recently Myles has also emerged as an active participant, both as a legal and business advisor, in the legal cannabis industry.
Myles joined the Foundry team drawn by our integrated and hands-on approach to client relationships. Myles has always been committed to building long-term partnerships with the artists and businesses he serves, and in Foundry’s client-first business model he found an ideal fit for his own values and work style.
Myles puts his experience and passion to work for his community. Myles is an Adjunct Professor of Law at Seattle University School of Law. He is a longtime member of the Board of Trustees of Temple DeHirsch Sinai and currently serves as Vice President. Myles served as Chair of the Hutch Award Luncheon benefitting the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center.
In his free time, Myles is a motorcycle touring enthusiast, having reached the four corners of the United States on two wheels. He is an avid fan of live music, especially jazz and salsa. Myles is a dedicated father to his two children and can often be found either coaching or cheering on the sidelines.