InformationValuable Information about Entertainment law

Entertainment law deals with the unique needs and interests of athletes, actors, media distributors, production companies, artists, musicians and filmmakers. Entertainment law encompasses several areas of law, including contract law, employment law, labor law, bankruptcy law, securities law, intellectual property, defamation, criminal law, tax law, and insurance law.

Answers to Frequently Asked Questions about Entertainment law

LawInfo.com offers answers to a list of frequently asked questions about Entertainment law, such as:

  • Why Is The Entertainment Industry Unique?
  • How Can I Get Out Of My Acting/Recording/Management Contract?
  • I Have Written Many Songs. How Can I Keep People From Stealing Them?
  • My Children Have Been Offered A Modeling Job. Are There Any Special Rights They Have, And Any Special Laws Regarding Children's Employment?
  • I Want To Manage A Band. Do I Need A Contract?

What Do Entertainment Law Attorneys Do?

An Entertainment law attorney provides legal advice to individuals in the sports and entertainment industries.  Other services provided by an Entertainment law attorney include:

  • Providing legal advice regarding arbitration proceedings
  • Negotiating contracts
  • Providing legal advice relating to copyrights, trademarks and other intellectual property
  • Protecting the rights of artists, and musicians from piracy
  • Negotiating and drafting music licenses, recording agreements and touring agreements

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