DAVID A. KRENKEL,  Western Michigan University, J.D. 1995, B.S. Business, Kean University, 1990.  Previous Employment: Preeminent AV rated Labor & Employment law firm of Masud, Patterson & Schutter, Saginaw, Michigan, Civil rights law firm of Linda B. Kenney (Defense Attorney for Rock Legend Phil Spector) in Red Bank, New Jersey.  Admitted to Practice:  State of New Jersey (1995); U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey (1995); Third Circuit of the United States Court of Appeals.  Member: Monmouth Bar Association.  The Associated Press and Asbury Park Press has interviewed Mr. Krenkel on matters related to Labor & Employment Law.  

Representative clients include corporations in the following industries: Pharmaceutical, Building & Supply, Building Development, Healthcare, Dental,  Marketing and Advertising, Entertainment Production, Restaurants/Taverns, Retail Sales.

Mr. Krenkel also practices Entertainment Law representing artists, actors and comedians from New Jersey to Los Angeles, including members of Billboard Chart Topping Groups such as "The Drifters" (Under the Boardwalk, Magic Moment, On Braodway) (Atlantic Records), "The Duprees"​ (Columbia Records, Coed Records and Heritage Records), "The Chaperones"​ (Cruise To The Moon, Shining Star - Josie Records), Linda Jansen, of "The Angels"​ (Til and Cry Baby Cry - Caprice Records) and New Jersey's Bad Boy of Comedy, Mike Marino. Mr. Krenkel handles various entertainment law matters such as TV development deals, trademark disputes, record contracts, licensing agreements and other legal issues related to artists'​ rights in the music, television and film industry. Mr. Krenkel is also an advocate of the Truth in Music Laws that have been passed in a number of states and has recently appeared on "The Ken Held Doo Wop Shop"​, broadcasted on WLVJ, Boynton Beach, Florida . Mr. Krenkel has consulted with Jon "Bowzer" Bauman (Sha Na Na) on issues related to the advancement of the Truth in Music Laws. Mr. Krenkel is a former board member of the Monmouth Conservatory of Music.