ENTERTAINMENT LAW

Producing and clearing quality content is nothing new for businesses in the film and television, music, video game, advertising, and multimedia industries. But creative content is now used by virtually all businesses in building their brands and followings, defining their voice and enhancing their product or service offerings.

We help our clients secure and clear all required rights for all content types – Text, music, video, photography, graphic design – each have their own rules and peculiarities.

We also represent our clients in the context of the various production, licensing, distribution or talent agreements used to monetize these rights.

ENTERTAINMENT LAW SERVICES:
  • Drafting and negotiating production, licensing and distribution agreements
  • Acquiring Music, video, film, photography, virtual reality, and multimedia rights
  • Acquiring rights from copyright collectives, publishers, labels or studios
  • Counseling on publicity and image rights issues
  • Negotiating errors and omissions insurance agreements
  • Counseling with respect to guild and union matters
  • Drafting and negotiating talent agreements
  • Drafting and negotiating management, agency, and representation agreements
  • Ensuring compliance of advertising with privacy, language, and other regulations
  • Assistance in obtaining grants and subsidies
  • Litigation in the entertainment sector

PRACTICE AREAS

A Simple Solution to Big Tech Censorship

A Simple Solution to Big Tech Censorship

Originally published in FoxNewsWhen Napoleon was deposed as emperor of France in 1814, his European rivals wanted to cut him off from the world. They banded together and exiled him to Elba Island in the Mediterranean. When President Donald Trump was defeated in his...

Is Section 230 of the CDA due for a revamp?

Is Section 230 of the CDA due for a revamp?

Twitter may have pushed just a tad too hard this time. Yes, Tweets are subject to its terms of use. But publicly scrapping with the President of the United States over a hot-button political issue? Really? Trump’s response came in the form of an executive order taking...

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