An entertainment lawyer is a lawyer who represents individuals in the film and television industry, music industry, comedy industry, and print and electronic media industry. Entertainment lawyers can represent artists in contract negotiations, talent acquisition, intellectual property matters and public or distribution rights for creative properties.
It is important to understand that a franchise agreement is typically drafted in favor of the franchisor. That is because the franchisee will be granted the rights to use the franchisor’s name, brand, intellectual property, confidential information, services and products, such as, for example, custom recipes, manuals, services and products, system information, production knowhow, and/or other trade secrets of the franchisor.
Piercing the veil means the court disregards the limited liability protection and the person suing the company can go after the owners personally.
Unreported foreign accounts or income could trigger huge penalties and criminal liability in the U.S.
What does it mean to be a Notary Public in the United States? A Notary
1. Resident Alien of the U.S. for Tax Purposes Under the Internal Revenue Code, an
What Is a Document Retention Policy? A document retention policy is a company policy, which
Social media has a big influence in our lives in today’s age. Social Media is
When setting up an estate plan, it is common for Floridians to have a revocable
What is a 1031 “Like-Kind” Exchange Under the Prior Code? A 1031 exchange, also known
As a general rule, foreign gifts of money or property received by a U.S. citizen
As corporate attorneys, we hear all kinds of questions regarding LLC’s, Corporations, and other types
The 2015 Bipartisan Budget Act (the “BBA”), which was signed into law on November 2,