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Entertainment Law

Entertainment law encompasses many areas of business and the law, including talent contracts, publishing rights, royalties, compensation agreements, intellectual property, and multimedia. Artists, talent, agents, producers, production companies, and the like all need representation when negotiating any agreements to ensure that their interests are represented, that they are paid, and how their work is presented. While an artist may be focused on the creation of a work or production company may be focused on the details of a particular project, our attorneys concentrate on the comprehensive needs of our clients.

The attorneys at Hillary Johns, Trial Lawyer provide legal representation as to all aspects of contract negotiations, including production, compensation, royalties, multimedia, publications, and how each project and work is distributed in the real world. Our attorneys represent as an experienced litigator and trial lawyer, Ms. Johns represents her clients throughout California in all aspects of dispute resolution in mediation, arbitration, and litigation in State and Federal Courts.

Our clients include athletes, celebrities, actors, producers, directors, stunt persons, tv and media personalities, musicians, singers, artists, and public figures. Our attorneys provide representation in the areas of

  • Employment agreements, including COVID-19 and related restrictions in observance of current federal and state laws
  • Employment and corporate compliance assessments
  • Production agreements
  • Trademark and copyright
  • Litigation and trial representation in state and federal courts
  • Mediation and arbitration
  • Production agreements
  • Producer and direction agreements
  • Talent agreements
  • Employment and compensation agreements
  • Licensing and joint venture agreements
  • Merchandising
  • Representation agreements
  • Security Agreements
  • Employee handbooks
  • SAG compliance
  • Recording agreements
  • Related rental agreements and commercial leasing
  • Appearance, series, performance, and distribution agreements
  • Content agreements
  • Royalty and other compensation agreements