Richard C. Wolfe
Juris Doctor and LL.M.
Richard C. Wolfe earned a Juris Doctor and LL.M. from the University of Miami School of Law and spent 10 years working as a Certified Public Accountant. For the past 20 years, he has been given the highest rating (AV) from Martindale-Hubbell. He is board certified in Business Litigation by The Florida Bar. For the past five years, he has been recognized as a Super Lawyer ™ and as an outstanding lawyer by the South Florida Legal Guide
in the areas of Entertainment Law, Probate, and Business Litigation. Richard has lectured or served as an adjunct professor at the following law schools: University of Miami, St. Thomas, Nova Southeastern, and Florida Coastal. He has been published numerous times in The Florida Bar Journal
and has also lectured for the American Bar Association, The Florida Bar Association, and at the Southeast Regional Conference on Entertainment and Intellectual Property law, for which he has served as the co-chair for the past five years.
Richard practices entertainment law (transaction and litigation), including film, television and music, business planning, intellectual property, probate litigation, royalty disputes, copyright claims and artist/athlete endorsement contracts, probate and trust litigation, and business litigation. Richard has tried cases in state and federal courts in Florida, New York, Tennessee, Texas, and California. He has received more than 40 published decisions.
In the area of film, Richard has represented film and TV producers in more than 35 feature films, including acquisition, business structure, production contracts, accounting, and distribution; and handling two negative pickup bank financing transactions. Theatrical releases have included: Midnight Crossing; The Unholy; It Had To Be You; Village of the Damned; Hammerhead Jones; The Victims; Scarecrow; South Beach; Night Caller; Summer Job; and The New Adventures of Flipper.
In the music industry, he has provided representation to more than 40 major and independent record companies, publishing companies, distribution companies, numerous prominent artists and producers on transactions and litigation matters. He has negotiated more than 250 recording and publishing contracts on behalf of or with many artists and record companies, including Plies, Marilyn Manson, Slash (Guns N Roses), Pyramid Records, Latinum Records, Lil’ Joe Records, Luke Records, and many others.
Some of the artists and producers he has represented include: The Beatles, 2 Live Crew, MC Shy D, DJ Laz, Willy Chirino, Lissette, Plies, Expose, Nuclear Valdez, Daisy Berkowitz, Tony Bongiovi, Kymani Marley, Luther Campbell, Crease, Cameo, Blac Haze, Al’s Not Well, Rush, Rudy Perez, Paul Trust, PYT, Circle House Studios, Calton Coffie, Inner Circle, Slash, DJ Magic Mike, DJ Madness, Larry Blackmon, DJ Spin, Marco Flores, Adam Duggins, Pilar Montenegro, Scott Storch, Kike Santander, Myriam Hernandez, members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, and Marilyn Manson.
Richard has been actively involved in the following organizations: Florida Film and Recording Institute (past President), Florida Film Producers Association, Florida Screenwriters Association, Florida Motion Picture and Television Association, National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences, and Entertainment Law Section of the Florida Bar (past Chairman). He has lectured or taught courses at the University of Miami Film School, Master of Fine Arts, on Legal Aspects of Film Production; St. Thomas Law School, Professor of Entertainment Law; and Florida International University, Professor of Entertainment Law and Business. Richard was the Chairman of ARTEC Fundraising Committee sponsored by the Greater Miami Chamber of Commerce, which obtained a $450,000 matching grant from the Annenberg Foundation. He also served as Executive Producer of the Jam Miami All-Star Latin Jazz LP released by Concord Records and was the Executive Producer of the PBS television special of the same title.
Mason R. Wolfe
R. Wolfe is licensed to practice law in the state of Florida. He has
always had a passion for Sports, Entertainment, and Intellectual Property Law.
He attended the University of Central Florida for his undergraduate education,
where he graduated with a B.S. in Legal Studies in 2013. He received his
law degree from Stetson University College of Law. At Stetson, Mason
was a member of EASL
for three years. He was also a Student Representative for three years in the
Stetson University Student Bar Association. As an attorney, he currently practices civil litigation with an emphasis on commercial and
entertainment industry matters, as well as probate litigation.
Aimee is the Senior Paralegal for Wolfe Law Miami. She joined Wolfe Law Miami in 2012. Aimee has vast experience involving complex litigation cases, which she uses daily in our Litigation Department. During her tenure with Wolfe Law Miami, she has drafted pleadings, motions, discovery, and correspondence as well as prepares documents for disclosure. She also prepares for and attends trails, and has become skilled in the use of Trial Director Software for evidence presentation in Trial. Aimee is an integral part of our “Wolfe Pack”.
Prior to joining our firm, Aimee worked as a Judicial Assistant for a Circuit Court Judge at the Miami-Dade County Courthouse, where she assisted in both State and Criminal Court and Jury Trials. Aimee received her Paralegal Certificate from the University of Miami and has worked as a Paralegal since 1994.
Aimee is also a member of the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary 6-7.
Al Rivera is a Legal Assistant at Wolfe Law Miami where he handles the coordination, scheduling, and setting of all case depositions, mediations, and hearings. He monitors case calendars pertinent to case deadlines and other time sensitive matters. He handles the submission of all case documentation to both the State and Federal courts through their respective electronic filing systems. Additionally, Al organizes the case files by documenting actions and updating the file databases and case management software accordingly. Further, he maintains contact with and apprises our clients as to their case status and case progress. Al also helps conduct legal research and case support by compiling and organizing case materials for mediation conferences, depositions, hearings, and trials.
Al attended Florida International University. He joined Wolfe Law Miami after working for several years at a national firm where he supported its mass torts litigation practice. Al is a wonderful asset to our firm!
In House CPA
Tiffany Camejo, CPA, has been with Wolfe Law Miami since its inception and brings years of diverse tax, financial, and business consulting experience to the firm. As the financial controller, she handles Wolfe Law's full accounting cycle.
A Miami native, Tiffany earned a Bachelors of Business Administration-Accounting degree from the University of Miami. Afterwards, she earned a Master of Science in Taxation degree from Florida International University. She is a member of the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Florida Institute of Certified Public Accountants.