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The National Music Publishers’ Association has tapped Ashley Joyce as SVP, Legal & Business Affairs. Joyce was most recently an Associate at DLA Piper in the Trademark, Copyright and Media Group based in Washington, D.C.

“We are excited to welcome Ashley who brings valuable copyright expertise from a broad range of experience over her impressive career," said NMPA President & CEO David Israelite.

He continued, "As NMPA remains focused on finding new income streams from emerging and established platforms and holding tech companies who utilize songwriters’ work accountable, we are thrilled to have someone who can see those cases and deals through."

NMPA EVP & General Counsel Danielle Aguirre added, “Ashley brings an important set of skills that will help safeguard songwriters and publishers’ copyrights and ensure the value of their work is protected. We are thrilled to add her perspective to our robust legal team, and we are happy to have her knowledge on our side.”

Prior to joining NMPA, Joyce handled trademark and copyright litigation in federal courts throughout the country, as well as inter partes proceedings before the U.S. Trademark Trial and Appeal Board. She also previously clerked for U.S. District Judge Garland E. Burrell, Jr. in the Eastern District of California, and worked at King & Spalding LLP in NYC before attending Washington University School of Law.