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[One]-Liner notes

Marc Geiger

Partner, Worldwide Head of Music


"In this fast-paced and ever-changing business, Berkeley's knowledge, skills, and experience give her the ability to get challenging deals done, making her an invaluable and trusted asset."

Robert Melnik

President, Business & Legal Affairs

Lionsgate Films

"I've watched Berkeley for over 20 years revolutionize Business and Legal Affairs for the concert and live event industry, and in my opinion she is the number one best, and there is no second place, third place, or fourth place."

Michel Vega

Chief Executive Officer

Magnus Media, LLC

"I would rather not recommend Berkeley, because others might discover her brilliance and then she might become too busy for us; as a business owner, it’s my biggest fear."

Natalia Nastaskin

Head of US Music Operations

United Talent Agency (UTA)



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    1. experience, intellect, vision, patience,  attention, organization, passion, awareness, respect, clarity, reliability"   

Perry Farrell

Co-Founder, Lollapalooza 

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Angie Rho

Head of Business Affairs, Music

Creative Artists Agency (CAA)

Orly Marley


Tuff Gong Worldwide

"There are very few in the live music/live event business who match the depth and breadth of Berkeley’s experience and overall pitch perfect sense for problem-solving and getting good results; Berkeley is so well-respected in our business and her long-standing relationships serve anyone on whose behalf she works."

"Berkeley’s ability to understand the different facets of law and actual logistics of the business of entertainment makes her an indispensable team member;  I have found her to be an extraordinary human being, an innovative thinker with amazing work ethic, and most importantly, passionate about her craft and I wholeheartedly recommend her."

Kelly Weiss

Vice President, Legal Affairs

Live Nation Global Touring

"If you are judged by the company you keep, I want to always be around Berkeley; she somehow always finds a way to resolve an issue where both sides feel they've won"

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