Musicians, Producers, Independent Filmmakers, Content Creators, Actors and others get presented with contracts all the time. Those contracts are important and they should not be signed without first being reviewed by an attorney.
For companies with no in-house legal staff, we handle ongoing, routine legal matters at a fraction of the cost of traditional counsel. For larger companies that have a general counsel or in-house staff, we serve as overflow attorneys, acting as an extension of the in-house team to manage spikes in workload or to cover under-served areas of the business.
Production, whether television, film or animation, comes with risks. Legal issues surround copyright, distribution, music and sound, talent and finance. These agreements often operate unlike their counterparts outside of the industry.
In a personal injury case, the plaintiff is the person who wants someone else to compensate them. They believe that they’re hurt or are suffering losses because of the legal wrong committed by someone else. It’s the goal of a plaintiff in a personal injury case to have someone else compensate them for losses they sustained because of their injuries.