Myles Kahn

Adjunct Professor


Myles Harlow Kahn has been an active attorney in the music, entertainment and sports businesses for over 20 years. As a musician, producer and son of a world renowned recording artist, Myles brings a unique expertise and passion to entertainment law. During his 15 years in New York City, Myles represented numerous members of the art and entertainment industry including Academy Award winning director Leon Gast (When We Were Kings) as well as numerous other Grammy, Emmy and Tony Award winners. Myles served as technical legal advisor to actor Harrison Ford and director Mike Nichols on the movie Regarding Henry and he was the co-executive producer and musical co-producer of Roberto Clemente - Un Tributo Musical, (Rykodisc), a CD commemorating the 25th anniversary of Clemente's death. Myles began his legal career as a commercial litigator in New York City and practiced law in New York until relocating to the Seattle area in 2000. Upon his arrival in Seattle Myles worked on behalf of the Estate of Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love in a case over the rights to Cobain's intellectual property rights.

Myles was able to expand his work in entertainment law into a highly successful sports management business working with numerous professional athletes as agent and attorney through his company Somos Sports and Entertainment. Myles has served as a consultant to the popular HBO show "Real Sports" with Bryant Gumble and is frequently consulted as a resource by television, radio and print media as an expert on international sports due to his extensive experience in both Latin America and Asia.

Myles is very committed to philanthropic causes and currently serves on the Board of Directors of Temple DeHirsch Sinai, and has recently completed his tenure as Chairman of the Hutch Award Committee for the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center. He and his family reside in Redmond and he is a motorcycle touring and fly fishing enthusiast enjoying the landscape of the Pacific Northwest at every opportunity.



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  • Sports Law