Gregory P. Eveline, Packard E. Phillips
Education:
Loyola University Law School, 1989
Juris Doctorate
Juniata College, 1976
B.A., Sociology
Honors & Distinctions:
Best of the Beat
Best Music Attorney, 2002
ASCAP Nathan Burkan Memorial Competition on Copyright Law
First Place
Lotus Lake Drikung Buddhist Center
Co-Founder
Community Service:
Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
Lawyers for Tibet
Adjunct Professor: Music Industry Program,
Loyola University, NOLA
Lecturer: Entertainment Law,
Loyola Law School, NOLA
Lecturer: Entertainment Law/Copyright,
UNO Masters In Art Program, NOLA
Lecturer: Entertainment Law,
N.O. Bar Association
Memberships:
Louisiana Bar Association
As Adjunct Professor at Loyola University in the prestigious Department of Music Industry Studies, Greg is current on issues relevant to rapidly emerging technologies in the entertainment field as well as on issues of doing business in the global marketplace. As an authority on entertainment law, Greg lectures at Loyola Law School and University of New Orleans Master’s in Arts Management Program on copyright and arts issues.

Greg is devoted to the civic life of the community and has spent years representing clients through Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts and in fundraising for Lawyers for Tibet. He is the co-founder of the Lotus Lake Drikung Buddhist Center.

Greg’s clients, some of the best in the business, know him as a detail oriented advocate for their interests who is easy to consult. He speaks the language of the entertainment business with a personal and professional commitment that focuses on achieving the ambitious goals of his clients and honoring their creative and entrepreneurial achievements.

Contact Gregory P. Eveline:
5811 Tchoupitoulas
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Phone 504.894.8803
geveline@nocoxmail.com
Gregory P. Eveline, Eveline Davis & Phillips Entertainment Law
Immersed in the music business for almost a decade before entering the field of law, Greg Eveline knows first-hand things they don’t teach you in law school. Now a nationally recognized expert in entertainment industry law, he was a record retailer, distributor and producer before becoming a successful manager and concert promoter with clients such as R.E.M., Billy Idol, Marianne Faithful and the Dead Kennedys, to name a few.

Greg knows the fiercely competitive music marketplace from the inside. His work on gold albums includes Deadeye Dick’s New Age Girl and Lil Flipp’s The Way We Ball for Sony. As co-founder of the well-known Metronome Records store, he successfully retailed a full range of artists; and as President of Plan B Promotions, Inc. concert promotions, and New Orleans Management , Inc., artist management and concert promotion, he created personal success for artists on a very detailed and hands-on level. Add to that Greg’s music production experience, which includes Sound of Dharma by the Drikung Kayqu Monks, the tribute to Boozoo Chavis, Uni/Fuel 2000, and John Thomas Griffith of Cowboy Mouth.

Working extensively in film, Greg has licensed the music for a wide variety of major releases and independent films including Hurricane on the Bayou, Dumb & Dumber, Make Em Dance, Holes, Desperado, and Jackass and served as General Counsel for Lindy Boggs: Steel & Velvet.
Packard E. Phillips, Eveline Davis & Phillips Entertainment Law
With over 20 years experience in corporate settings throughout the country, Packard Phillips is dedicated to combining his expertise in brand marketing, sales promotion, and advertising with his decades of knowledge of the legal system to grow and protect the interests of his clients. His corporate experience includes management with giants Proctor & Gamble and Maker’s Mark Distillery as well as global advertising and marketing firms McCann-Ericson and Siegfriedt & Moeller.

With a Masters in Business Administration in addition to his law degree, Packard understands the critical issues in entertainment marketing and promotion that are becoming ever more complex as new technologies emerge and markets become global. He is immersed in efforts to support new businesses and regularly lectures at U.S. Small Business Administration New Business Seminars.

For fourteen years, Packard applied his corporate experience to advancing the profession as Senior Instructor in Marketing & Management at Bellarmine College; and he continues to lecture at numerous Continuing Legal Education courses. The community has benefited from his communications background as Packard disseminated legal information through 10 years on the Public Information Committee of the Louisiana Bar Association.  

Contact Packard E. Phillips:
5811 Tchoupitoulas
New Orleans, Louisiana 70115
Phone 504.894.8803

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Education:
Loyola University Law School, 1988
Juris Doctorate
University of Washington
Master's of Business Administration, 1964,
B.A, 1963
Community Service
Louisiana Bar Association
Public Information Committee
Memberships:
Louisiana Bar Association
Eveline Davis & Phillips Entertainment Law
Gregory P. Eveline • Packard E. Phillips
5811 Tchoupitoulas St. New Orleans, Louisiana  70118
Phone 504.894.8803
geveline@edp.nocoxmail.com

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