Entertainment and media law
Navigating entertainment, production, digital media and technology
At Media Law Group, we combine our love of creative expression with innovative business strategy to help creative makers thrive in today’s evolving entertainment industry.
Entertainment and media law services
Business entity formation including corporations, special purpose production companies, loan out companies, music publishing companies, limited liability companies, etc.
Prepare and negotiate agreements including:
- Band Agreements
- Songwriter Splitsheets
- Producer Agreements
- Film Production Agreements
- Contracts for Television licensing
- Brand licensing
- Literary Publishing Agreements
Help find investors*
Develop business plans and pitch presentations
Negotiate fundraising and financing agreements
*Note Media Law Group is not a licensed broker dealer
Establish intellectual property protection, registration, acquisitions, sales and licensing
Royalties and Residuals
Draft and negotiate contracts including:
- Recording agreements
- Tour support agreements
- Music Rights
- Production Agreements
- Distribution Agreements
- Representation Agreements
Media Law Group can also act as your virtual in-house counsel to address day-to-day corporate governance and other ongoing legal issues related to the management of
Why work with Media Law Group to take your career to the next level
Other services to power your business
We have teamed up with a number of organizations to offer you the end-to-end services you need to grow your business
At Media Law Group, we are problem solvers and opportunity creators. We bring a creative approach to helping you reach the next level. We specialize in startup and emerging business law as well as entertainment and media law.
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