Endorsements and contracts form the core of the career of every leading media professional. Whether you are just starting in the entertainment industry or about to land a lucrative endorsement after spending years building your brand, it is crucial to get the terms of the deal right. A slight slip-up may result in the creation of challenging situations and financial losses.
The Law Office of Rowena N. Nelson has many years of experience drafting and negotiating endorsements and contracts for the entertainment industry. We know how to protect the rights and interests of our clients, for now, and for the future. We work in close coordination with all the stakeholders and make sure they benefit from our expertise right through the process and beyond.
We are aware of the multiple challenges agents and artists face while negotiating and signing contracts, especially the big ones that involve major stakes. As one of the leading entertainment law specialists, we fully recognize the complexities of negotiating endorsement deals. That’s why the top names in the industry implicitly trust us when it comes to endorsement, deal negotiations, and contract signing.
We have represented some of the leading lights and reputed names in the world of entertainment. We specialize in protecting your personal brand value and exploring all possible legal avenues to ensure your endorsement deals work for your benefit.
Our clients prefer working for us because we don’t just focus on the basic elements of the deal. Our expert lawyers know how to take an expansive view that considers the entire range of your career.
Our Services Include:
- Negotiating endorsement terms and drafting them
- Ensuring you get the best out of sponsorship deals
- Renegotiating existing contracts while making sure the terms match your enhanced value
- Managing trademark and copyright agreements
- Compensation provisions, including base compensation and bonuses
- Public appearance terms
- Exclusivity clauses
While understanding and negotiating endorsement deals, we take into account the exclusivity factor and the compensation.