Mona Ibrahim is an Entertainment attorney based in Seattle, WA. She is the principal... more
Mona Ibrahim is an Entertainment attorney based in Seattle, WA. She is the principal attorney of The Law Offices of Mona A. Ibrahim, where her practice emphasizes trademark, copyright, trade secret, unfair competition, name and likeness, entertainment and employment law.
J. Bowman Neely is a graduate of New York University (B.A., 1995), the Art Institute... more
J. Bowman Neely is a graduate of New York University (B.A., 1995), the Art Institute of Chicago (painting), and the University of Montana School of Law (J.D., 2004). During law school, Mr. Neely was the editor-in-chief of the Montana Law Review. He worked as a law clerk for the United States Attorneys Office. Mr. Neely then clerked for Federal Magistrate Judge Lief B. Erickson. He has studied a... 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.