In the Media

Entertainment litigation attorney Tre Lovell discusses Taylor Swift's upcoming court case, in which the pop star alleges she was groped by a Denver radio host.

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Mr. Lovell was interviewed for his representation of Daun Slagle, who sued A&E and Lifetime for defamation based upon her alleged depiction of her in "The Happy Face Killer" movie.

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Provided legal analysis for entertainment story involving Pablo Escobar.

Tre Lovell discusses Taylor Swift and other celebrity-involved court litigation

Tre Lovell interviewed for Taylor Swift case

Tre Lovell Recognized As Top In His Industry By The Expert Network

Tre Lovell Joins Gloria Allred As Finalist In Lawyer Of The Year

Music Publishing Company Warner/Chappell Faces Lawsuit

Noted Songwriter Kent Harris Sues Music Publishing Giant

Forbes: Business Litigation Firm Tackles Blockbuster Cases

A & E Television Networks And Lifetime Movie Network Sued For Defamation By Daun Slagle For Falsely Portraying Her As A Prostitute In The Lifetime Original Movie "Happy Face Killer" About Serial Killer Keith Jesperson

Tre Lovell, Leading Los Angeles Litigator, Named To Elite Top 50 Litigation Trailblazers List

The Lovell Firm Wins National 2014 Litigator Award

3D Realms in legal battle over new game