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Founded by Lloyd Zane Remick, Esq., Zane Management, Inc. specializes in marketing and managing notable performers and personalities in entertainment, sports, media and the arts. Our full-service company provides career planning, including appearances and endorsements; movie and television product placement, video and merchandising production, extensive legal services and other consultation as needed at the individual or corporate level.
Whatever stage of your career, Zane Management, Inc. will help maximize your current position and get you to the next level.
But it doesn’t happen overnight. It takes time. More importantly, it takes teamwork. At Zane Management, we develop creative strategies for our clients through personalized, one-on-one service – a formula that is essential to a burgeoning career.
Lloyd Z. Remick, Esquire is an attorney who concentrates his practice in the areas of entertainment, sports, hospitality and communications law. He is also President of Zane Management, Inc., a Philadelphia based sports, entertainment and communications consulting and management firm.Mr. Remick represents several award winning recording artists, writers, and producers, as well as a number of television, radio, and entertainment personalities. In addition, he represented and managed the late Grammy Award winning Grover Washington, Jr. for over 20 years.
Mr. Remick is a registered contract adviser with the National Football League Players’ Association and the NCAA. He has also represented athletes in variety of other sports, including basketball, baseball, ice-skating, crew, boxing, soccer, and track and field.
Mr. Remick received his B.S. from Wharton School in 1959, his J.D. from Temple University School of Law in 1962, and a L.L.M. in tax law from Villanova School of Law in 1984.
Professor Remick teaches entertainment and sports law at Temple University School of Law and “The Legal Aspects of Hospitality and Tourism” at the Temple University School of Hospitality and Tourism. He also guest lectures at various organizations and universities throughout the country on a host of entertainment, sports, hospitality, and business related topics. Professor Remick co-wrote Keeping Out the Little Guy: An Older Contract Advisor’s Concern, a Younger Contract Advisor’s Lament, 12 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 1, and The Personal Manager in the Entertainment and Sports Industries, 3 U. Miami Ent. & Sports L. Rev. 57.
Attorney Remick was general counsel for Sunoco Welcome America, Philadelphia’s annual ten-day Fourth of July celebration, for over a decade. He was also legal counsel for the Philadelphia Convention and Visitors’ Bureau, the City Representative’s Office, “We the People 2000”, and the Fight Against Drugs, a non-profit organization dedicated to combating the use of drugs in the sports industry.
Mr. Remick is a member of a number of associations and clubs, serves on the Board of Governors and Executive Committee of the Maxwell Football Club, and served on the Board of Directors for the Philadelphia Music Foundation and Philadelphia Bar Association. He also spent six years as a Hearing Member and Chairperson for the Disciplinary Board of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court.
Mr. Remick was voted one of the “best, brightest, wiliest, winningest, most tenacious and efficacious attorneys” as well as “Best Entertainment and Sports Attorney in Philadelphia” by Philadelphia Magazine in 1999. Elected to Super Lawyers for Entertainment and Sports Law 2005 – 2021. Elected International Entertainment Lawyer Of The Year 2012-2021. He has also been elected to the 2007-2021 editions of Best Lawyers in America. Selected for Peer Review Rating 1981-2021, rated AV preeminent by Martindale-Hubbell. Selected for AVVO Superb Rating 10/10. Additonally, Mr. Remick has been elected to Lawyers of Distinction He is listed in Who’s Who in American Law and Who’s Who in American Poetry.
Mr. Remick is the recipient of many prestigious awards, including the Philadelphia Achiever Award, the Golden Slipper Club’s Distinguished Service Award, the Liberty Bell Award, BMA’s Distinguished Music Award, the Duke Ellington Humanitarian Award and Wharton Club’s “Man of the Year Award.”
On April 30, 1999, the Honorable Edward Rendell, Governor of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania, and the Pennsylvania Bar Association honored Mr. Remick for his service to the legal profession.
Most recently, Mr. Remick was a recipient of the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award, presented by The Legal Intelligencer, recognizing Mr. Remick for his consistent and significant contributions to the legal profession in Pennsylvania.
In 2015, Mr. Remick was selected as one of twelve recipients by the Philadelphia Business Journal as a “veteran of influence” award. In 2016, on the international level, he received several awards worldwide
In 2019, Mr. Remick was elected as a Comissioner for the Philadelphia City Council Veterans Advisory Comission.as “Entertainment Advisor of the Year” award and “Entertainment Lawyer of the Year” internationally award.
Christopher J. Cabott, Esq. is an entertainment, sports and media attorney, and National Football League player agent with the Law Office of Lloyd Z. Remick and Zane Management. He received his B.A. from LaSalle Univ. (2001) and his J.D. from Widener Univ. School of Law (2005).
Cabott represents a variety of individuals and entities in the music, film, television, media, and sports industries. With specific attention to music, some of the clients that he has originated with the firm include Britton Shaw and Dominique Cohill of the Interscope recording group “iSquare,” E1 recording duo “Mook & Fair,” Robert Allen co-writer of Rihanna’s “Disturbia” and Chris Brown’s “Forever,” Darin Baker producer of Three 6 Mafia’s “Lolli Lolli,” Raymond Diaz producer of Birdman and Lil Wayne’s “Pop Bottles,” Big King producer of Omarion’s “Ice Box,” Josh Walker co-producer of Auburn’s “La La La,” Carlos Battey and Steven Battey co-writers of Flo-Rida’s “Sugar,” REO producer of Beyonce’s “Hello,” Anthony Jones producer of Keri Hilson’s “Do It,” Ken Lewis writer, producer and engineer on 52 Gold and Platinum records including Danity Kane’s “Damaged” and Kanye West’s “Heartless,” and Jimmy Rollins Entertainment Group, LLC; co-publisher of Snoop Dogg’s “Sexual Eruption” and Sean Kingston & Justin Bieber’s “Eenie Meenie.” Cabott is the co-founder of the Zane Management Entertainment Workshops; a series of seminars that teach entertainment entrepreneurs the fundamentals of intellectual property, reducing business liability, contract negotiation, royalty management, and power networking skills. The workshops were most recently held in association with representatives from G-Unit Records, Atlantic Records, Warner Music Group, E1, MTV, Cherry Lane Music Publishing, Universal Music Group, Jive Records, EMI Music Publishing, Warner/Chappell Music, Epic Records and Sony/ATV Music Publishing.
Cabott represents a number of athletes as an agent. His present and retired clients include RJ Archer (QB/Minnesota Vikings), Chase Turner (P/Chicago Bears), Darrell Blackman (RB/Green Bay Packers); Rory Thomas (G/Detroit Lions); Deric Yaussi (K/Buffalo Bills); Bobby Kelsey (P/Philadelphia Eagles), Tim Duff (C/L.A. Angels Organization), Brandian Ross (CB/2011 NFL Draft) and Aaron Bates (P/2011 NFL Draft). Cabott is counsel to Jimmy Rollins (SS/Philadelphia Phillies) and consults to the Professional Bull Riders, Playboy Enterprises, Inc., and Richard Hamilton (F/Detroit Pistons) regarding philanthropic, media and marketing matters. Cabott has also originated a number of media clients for the firm, including Jennifer Carroll (Bravo’s Top Chef), Dina Manzo (Bravo’s The Real Housewives of New Jersey), Kristen Bitting (CBS’s Big Brother), Lynn Doyle (Comcast’s It’s Your Call with Lynn Doyle), Reid Rosenthal (ABC’s The Bachelorette), Dana Herbert (TLC’s Next Great Baker and Cake Boss) and Brian Cavallaro (Director of Creative for Mandt. Bros Productions, producers of Toughest Sports Jobs with Junior Seau (Versus), Rome is Burning (ESPN), Ice Brigade (Food Network), Next Stop for Charlie (Showtime), etc.). Cabott was counsel to the following feature-length films, all of which received distribution deals: In Plain Site (Ball Four Productions, Inc.), No Boundaries (No Boundaries, LLC) and Hooking Up (Cluster The Movie, LLC). He is also counsel to award-winning director Rel Dowdell, whose first feature length film, Changing the Game, is currently in the final stages of post-production.
Cabott is an adjunct professor at York College where he teaches Copyright, Music Publishing and Music Licensing. He is also an adjunct instructor at Temple University’s Fox School of Business, where he teaches Entertainment Law and Sports Law. He writes a column in Foundation Magazine about the business and legal issues of the music industry and is frequently published in Philadelphia Lawyer Magazine about entertainment and sports issues. Cabott is the co-author of Keeping Out the Little Guy: An Older Contract Advisor’s Concern, a Younger Contract Advisor’s Lament, 12 Vill. Sports & Ent. L.J. 1. He speaks at conferences throughout the country on various and sundry entertainment, sports and media issues. Cabott recently co-authored a chapter in a sports marketing textbook on the “Legal Issues Involved with Sports Marketing,” which is scheduled for publication in the fall of 2011.
Cabott was recently honored as a 2010 “Rising Star” by Pennsylvania Super Lawyers; the sole honoree in the category of entertainment and sports. He is also the reigning Widener University School of Law “Young Alumnus of the Year.” While in law school, he captained the winning team at the 2005 National Sports Law Moot Court Competition in New Orleans, Louisiana and was named the competition’s Outstanding Oral Advocate.
Stephen’s work includes intellectual property protection and registration, intellectual property licensing, and drafting/negotiation of contracts in music, film, literature, social media, and sports. Prior to attending law school, Stephen attended Loyola University Maryland, where he graduated Magna Cum Laude and was the Local Music Director for WLOY Loyola Radio.
Recently, Stephen successfully drafted and negotiated a materials release to be used in a Netflix documentary series, drafted “beat leases” and advised on acquisition of instrumentals and beats for a hip-hop album, and advised a rock n’ roll band on the availability, registrability of trademarking it’s name, and secured that trademark registration.
In his spare time, Stephen enjoys playing the drum set in his “law school pick up band” called the Mailbox Rule. Stephen in his musical career has opened for a wide variety of musicians such as Blue Lou Marini who is the saxophonist for the Blues Brothers, Preservation Hall Jazz Band, and T-Pain. While in his band Skinny Dip (Endless Bummer Records) he acted as the band’s booking agent and manager booking several tours in the Northeast.