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Entertainment Lawyer Los Angeles

 

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Entertainment law attorneys in California help those in the entertainment industry (artists, producers, directors and others) confront and surmount the legal challenges that threaten to derail their careers or that endanger their sources of income.

An entertainment lawyer must be flexible and have a broad base of knowledge of law. Because of our experience and knowledge, we can assist entertainers with a wide variety of concerns, such as:

Contract review and negotiation and breach of contract disputes: Contracts in the entertainment industry are most often written instruments that describe the promises two or more parties agree to perform. This does not mean that each party to a contract is looking out for the wellbeing of the other party or parties.

This is why each party to a contract should be represented by knowledgeable counsel that can help them understand what obligations they will be agreeing to undertake and the benefits they can expect to receive. A lawyer can also help the entertainer negotiate a contract that is more beneficial and helps protect their rights. Furthermore, an entertainment law attorney can assist entertainers in obtaining compensation when the other party to a contract breaks its contractual agreements.

Finally, an entertainment law attorney may be able to help an entertainer renegotiate a contract that is detrimental to the entertainer while minimizing any potential negative effects.

 

Intellectual property: Screenplays, novels, lyrics to a song or any other personal creation needs to be protected against unlawful use, duplication and distribution.  An entertainment law attorney can help ensure your artistic creations are protected so that you alone are able to enjoy the benefits of your hard work.

 

Royalties: Like any other independent contractor or employee, an entertainer is entitled to fair compensation when their work or image is used for entertainment purposes, or to help market other products and services.

Refusing to pay entertainers what they are entitled to is not only unprofessional, but it deprives the entertainer of their livelihood. Swift and affirmative legal representation is needed to help entertainers obtain the royalty payments they deserve.

There are lots of entertainers who would like to gain legal entry and work permit in the US in order to be able to entertain larger crowds in the US. This business has become so prevalent these past years that lots of attorney companies have decided to be specialized in entertainment law and all the connecting regulations, particularly for those who wish to travel and work in the US. Attorney MP is proud to have some of the best entertainment lawyer Los Angeles to ensure their client can entertain in the US without a problem.