Noah Hock represents clients in entertainment, nonprofit, and media law matters. In addition to his legal practice, Noah is an active classical musician performing with the Winston-Salem Symphony and other regional orchestras. Noah uses his passion for music to represent musicians, artists, record producers, filmmakers, writers and publishers in a variety of arts-related matters. He also assists nonprofit organizations and media companies of all sizes with every aspect of their management and operation.
Noah represents musicians, artists, record producers, DJs, writers, publishers, managers, film and television producers, and others in the entertainment industry in a wide variety of matters. These include contract drafting and negotiation, licensing, trademarks, copyright, and formation of entertainment companies.
Noah advises charities and other nonprofit organizations in a number of matters, including compliance with state and federal requirements, administrative filings, and everyday operations.
Noah represents broadcasting companies and radio and television stations on issues of FCC regulatory compliance and enforcement, licensing, transactions, copyright and other intellectual property matters, ownership, and many other areas.
Wake Forest University School of Law, J.D., 2020, magna cum laude; Order of the Coif
University of North Carolina at Greensboro, M.M., 2005
University of Puget Sound, B.M., 2003, cum laude, Honors in Music
U.S. District Court for the Middle District of North Carolina
- newsNoah Hock Co-Chairs NCBA Sports and Entertainment Law Section’s Music, Publishing and Film Committee10.13.2023
- Press Release10.11.2021
- Press Release09.24.2020
- Client Alert12.02.2021
Professional & Civic
Professional & Civic Activities
Member, Board of Directors, Eastern Music Festival (2021-present)
Associate Principal Viola, Winston-Salem Symphony
Co-founder, Classical Revolution Greensboro
Before beginning his legal career, Noah worked for over a decade as a professional classical musician, performing extensively with symphonies and chamber ensembles throughout the region. Indeed, Noah can still be seen as the Associate Principle Viola of the Winston-Salem Symphony and member of the Railyard String Quartet. Outside of the office and off the stage, Noah relishes life as a husband and father, and can often be found on a disc golf course or hiking one of Greensboro’s many watershed trails.