Top Los Angeles Entertainment, Sports & Leisure Lawyers - California

The Lovell Firm is a prestigious, nationally recognized law firm providing representation in all areas of business, corporate, entertainment, intellectual property and employment law. Tre Lovell has been noted among the elite trial attorneys in the nation, having been named Lawyer of the Year, Finalist, 2016, by the Los Angeles Business Journal, and further honored by the National Law Journal as...

At Holmes Weinberg, PC, in Malibu, California, we are a powerhouse boutique law firm that thinks big when it comes to all aspects of intellectual property and entertainment law. Our diverse and highly integrated law firm focuses on actively and effectively supporting our clients as they establish, build and expand their creative businesses. When problems arise, we aggressively defend not only...

Our Beverly Hills law firm, Excelsior Law, is a full-service firm dedicated to assisting entertainment professionals. Since our founding, we have focused solely on protecting the rights of those in the entertainment industry who live and work in Los Angeles and surrounding Southern California. We provide general counsel and representation to clients in a wide range of entertainment-related...

At the law offices of Sindee Levin, Esq., in Los Angeles, California, we focus on the high-stakes world of Hollywood entertainment. With over 25 years of experience, we are thoroughly familiar with not only the intricacies of U.S. copyright law, but also the practices of the entertainment business. Consequently, we represent heirs in entertainment estate disputes involving music, film and...

My experience includes more than 125 weeks of trial in complex high-value cases in federal and state courts and regulatory administrative trials throughout the United States. In 2001, I opened my own practice to help clients resolve complex disputes and to address fundamental civil wrongs. Based near Silicon Valley, I have handled intellectual property matters in different high-tech sectors...

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