Entertainment Law attorney Cameron Brumbelow works with Florida filmmakers to be able to efficiently bring their projects to market. From ownership of your intellectual property to packaging your deliverables for distribution, an entertainment lawyer can save you time and money. Don’t wait to receive a cease and desist letter for infringing someone else’s copyright or trademark. Screening for these things in advance can save you from costly reshoots and possible liability for damages. Making sure you own everything from your script to the images of the locations and talent included in your project is extremely important if you want a distributor to even consider looking at your film.
Attorney Cameron Brumbelow has been practicing law for over twenty one years. He expanded the practice to include entertainment law when learning of the troubles some Florida filmmakers have been facing during production and attempted distribution. This has been especially true for independent filmmakers who usually lack the legal team budget that larger companies. As a small law firm, the Law Offices of Cameron Brumbelow handles projects for clients big and small and can tailor his legal services to fit the needs of the client. For extremely promising productions, a percentage fee can be discussed in lieu of the standard hourly fee.
Contact an entertainment lawyer before you start your project, not after. Having an entertainment lawyer advise you on all your legal agreements before you sign them will ensure your project doesn’t get buried in red tape. After all, the goal of any film should be for it to be seen!