Where Business Law Meets Intellectual Property

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"You only meet so many people in your life that truly impress you. Ms. Delgado is definitely one of those people. Her intimate knowledge of the entertainment industry has earned her the trust of novices and professionals alike."  

- JAVA Magazine Cover Story

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 "Krystle expertly explains in great detail what to look out for and how to protect yourself. This is a great well written essential resource for any artist. Highly recommended!"



"Step by step on how to protect yourself in the Music Business. This Book could help from making a lot of expensive mistakes."

- Manuel


"I was impressed by how wide this thing takes you. So many angles and tips. And all coming from the perspective of a music industry pro"

- Scott

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Top Entertainment Lawyers

Our firm has some of the top entertainment attorneys in the entertainment business, and we practice in all facets of entertainment and business law, including music, film, television, social media, trademarks, copyright, and record label representation. Delgado Entertainment Law, PLLC was established in 2014 by entertainment pioneer, Krystle Delgado, a/k/a Miss Krystle, who has combined her experience as an entertainer, creator, and lawyer into providing legal services specifically tailored for influencers, celebrities, artists, and business owners. With her firetruck red hair and outgoing personality, Ms. Delgado is no newbie to business or entertainment.

About Ms. Delgado's Journey Into Entertainment Law

Starting her first business at age 16, Ms. Delgado quickly found success within the entertainment field competing in Miss America pageants, modeling, as well as creating and releasing music under her stage name, Miss Krystle. Now with over 20 years’ experience in business and entertainment fields, Ms. Delgado has applied her innovative approaches to her client brand strategies, negotiates high-stake deals, and confidently defending clients in Court. Here at Delgado Entertainment Law, PLLC, our entertainment attorneys guide entrepreneurs starting a new venture in creative, technology and entertainment industries through the registration process, and we also assist those who already have a business, with issues ranging from establishing legal ownership, to expanding through joint ventures and raising capital investments. 

Additionally, our attorneys represent major talent, be it singers, actors, writers, showrunners, producers or directors, in negotiating deals, reviewing contracts, managing their careers and/or day-to-day legal and business affairs. Our services extend to brand strategy and development, and we represent national and international brands in all key areas, including trademark and copyright protection, registration, and litigation.

Entertainment Attorneys Who Understand The Industry


Our clients understand that intellectual property can often be the highest valued aspect of any growing or established businesses. As such, local regulations and international laws, in addition to federal and state law, all play a role in governing entertainment law and entertainers. We serve as personal attorneys on individual deals and as general counselors on a wide variety of business issues. We offer a personalized approach to every case and a flexible billing model, which includes hourly or flat fee work. 

Delgado Entertainment Law, PLLC is known for working within client budgets, to ensure clients are able to receive the protection they need, without breaking the bank. Our firm additionally offers free educational videos for those specifically in the music business, who are not able to afford formal legal representation. It's not just about teaching clients the rules of the game to be successful, but by teaching clients how to make their own rules.