When establishing a new business venture or enterprise, choosing the right type of organization is the first necessary and crucial step to start on the road to success. Over the years, I have counseled clients in a wide variety of industries and businesses and have worked with all types of business structures.
As attorneys whose practice has emphasized providing services to the creative arts and artists, we have spent many years not only helping clients to protect their rights and ownership in their creative property or business marks, but, just as importantly, to exploit the full commercial uses and potential behind their property.
The entertainment field has always formed the backbone of both my legal practice and my business ventures. This dual background has put me in the unique position of being able to offer clients a more holistic approach to working on their entertainment projects.
No matter what your age, planning for the inevitable is both practical and comforting. Practical, in that you put all of your affairs into order and ensure that your final wishes for the disposition of your property is carried out the way you want.
As a small boutique law firm, we have found it necessary to acquaint ourselves and occasionally jump into other areas of law which, though interesting, tend to form a somewhat more minor portion of our practice.
As an out and proud member of our community I take an extra special interest in the laws and issues that face Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgendered individuals.
The housing market’s up, the housing market’s down. There’s a credit crunch. Interest rates are at all time lows. Regardless of these “cyclical” market fluctuations, it seems that it’s always been a part of the American dream to own one’s home or property.
This area of the law is a catch-all for technology driven projects that actually combine more commonplace subject matters such as, Intellectual Property (copyrights, trademarks and patents), contracts and business/corporate structures and entities.