Heather M. Morado focuses her practice on entertainment, intellectual property, and... more
Heather M. Morado focuses her practice on entertainment, intellectual property, and general business matters. As a former professional violinist, Heather brings a unique perspective to her law practice. As a result, she often employs a right and left-brained approach in developing creative, cost-effective, and business-focused solutions for clients. Heather has received the "Clients' Choi... view profile
Dave Green is Assistant General Counsel to Microsoft, advising on intellectual... more
Dave Green is Assistant General Counsel to Microsoft, advising on intellectual property issues related to copyrights, trade secrets, publicity rights, competitive intelligence, and related licensing, marketing, and product development matters for its Devices & Studios, Business Development and Evangalism, and Marketing and Advertsing divisions. He also manages the teams responsible for Notice &... view profile
Thanks for accessing my Avvo profile. I am a shareholder at Graham & Dunn, Seattle,... more
Thanks for accessing my Avvo profile. I am a shareholder at Graham & Dunn, Seattle, where I head the firm's intellectual property practice. My work focuses on trademark, copyright, and domain name protection and dispute resolution, advertising, media, publishing, and internet issues. I teach Trademark Law and Advertising Law at Seattle University Law School, and volunteer time to assist artists... view profile
Neil Juneja is a registered patent attorney and a member of the Washington bar. Neil... more
Neil Juneja is a registered patent attorney and a member of the Washington bar. Neil has worked in theatrical lighting and the entertainment industry for nineteen years. In addition, he has worked closely in technology throughout the rise and fall of the dot com bubble. Neil claims no responsibility for the bubble bursting.
Mike Matesky is the founder of Matesky Law, a Seattle-based law firm providing... more
Mike Matesky is the founder of Matesky Law, a Seattle-based law firm providing business, intellectual property, technology, arts and entertainment advice and representation to clients of all sizes. Mike's interest in arts, entertainment, and intellectual property law began as a musician growing up in a family of musicians. As an attorney, Mike has represented a wide range of clients, from Fort... view profile
Adam Snyder is a member of Ogden Murphy Wallace's Health Law, Business, and... more
Adam Snyder is a member of Ogden Murphy Wallace's Health Law, Business, and Litigation Groups. Adam’s practice focuses on transactions, litigation, and employment matters related to hospitals, long term care facilities, long term care hospitals, physician groups, and other health care providers and businesses. He has significant experience representing clients in hospital-physician joint vent... view profile
Entertainment lawyers provide services to the entertainment industry, including film, music, television, theater, publishing, visual arts, and multimedia. They also represent sports stars and other celebrities. Entertainment lawyers negotiate and write contracts, deal with intellectual property issues, and practice employment and labor law. For example, entertainment lawyers negotiate and document film stars' compensation, musicians' recording contracts, and authors' publication deals, as well as movie distribution and rights. If you are an entertainer planning to package your talent for profit, an entertainment lawyer will help you navigate the trade.