With over 20 years of diverse experience helping entertainers with legal issues, the team of lawyers at Gleam Law can help you navigate through legal hurdles within the media and entertainment industry.
The attorneys at Gleam Law all have unique experiences, that translate into a distinct advantage. Our clientele includes musicians, YouTube stars, touring companies, production companies, photographers, movie producers, authors and other types of artists. We are passionate about entertainment law and love helping our clients get started on their journey towards stardom.
Our team of entertainment lawyers can help you with business formation, intellectual property protection, publicity rights, and contract drafting and negotiation. We even provide moral support and encouragement free-of-charge.
Lighting Law is an uncommon term for the legal aspects of the lighting industry. This law practice requires extensive experience and understanding of the production side of the entertainment industry. Our attorneys are well versed in all areas of production, including theatrical and stage lighting, pro audio production, professional video production and laser show production, to name a few.
Our Lighting Law practice encompasses all the legal work behind the production-related areas in the entertainment industry. This includes legal assistance with patents, copyrights, trademarks, contracts, negotiations, employment law, business law, and business advisement. Gleam Law can help you file for a new product patent and registered trademark. We can also draft and negotiate touring and video production contracts.
When creating a new product, research and development resources are key. We can help you obtain a product patent and receive trademark representation on your new product. Companies tend to often overlook trade dress protection, which protects the non-functional aesthetic of a product. Our team will help protect your innovations and creative ideas.
Content and Design
Original video content and certain aspects of design should be legally protected and properly licensed. This is an often-overlooked aspect of entertainment law that can harm the long-term viability of a company and its creative works. This can fall in one or more of the following protections: copyright, trademark, patents, contracts.
We would love to talk with you about your unique situation.