ENTERTAINMENT, EVENT, & FESTIVAL INDUSTRY
From promoters to ownership, we are well attuned to client expectations and the unique demands of running a business in the entertainment industry.
While our Entertainment Practice is comprehensive in expertise, our focus is on serving the needs of business owners in the entertainment industry. From promoters to ownership, we are well attuned to client expectations and the unique demands of running a business in the entertainment industry.
Contract Negotiation, Drafting, and Review
Insurance Coverage and Analysis
Strategic Vision for Product and Event Development
Claims Management and Processing
Litigation and Litigation Management
Licensing and Intellectual Property
Governmental, Municipal, and Community Relations
Corporate Formation and Structure
Investment Solicitation and Documentation
Mergers and Acquisitions
“When contacted by VICE, representatives for the seven festivals that dropped DaBaby did not respond to a request for comment. Neither did a representative for DaBaby. Without information from those directly involved, it’s impossible to say exactly what DaBaby may have received in deposits from each festival. And there’s also a chance he won’t retain […]
“Timothy Epstein, who runs the entertainment and sports practice at law firm Duggan Bertsch and represents promoters of festivals including Pitchfork, Riot Fest and Life Is Beautiful, said Astroworld Festival didn’t have a glaring security deficit and that if lack of security were a chronic problem in the industry, such disasters wouldn’t be so rare. […]
“Scott’s dual role as performer and host of the festival must be considered as well. “As a general proposition, it is fair to say that when an artist is curating or branding a festival, it may open them to additional liability,” said Tim Epstein, an attorney who has acted as general counsel for dozens of […]