MORIN Entertainment Law is a boutique firm in
Atlanta that specializes in Art & Entertainment Law, Business & Intellectual Property Law, & Nonprofit Law. We serve an array of creative businesses, including music, film, game design, publishing, theatre & performing arts, visual arts, photography & fashion design.
Principal Attorney Lee Morin is the firm’s founder and owner.She specializes in Art & Entertainment Law, Business Law, Intellectual Property Law, and Nonprofit Law. With these complimentary practice areas, Lee holistically approaches matters to achieve desired results. Her Art & Entertainment Law practice pairs a range of industry knowledge with experience in contract drafting, review, and negotiation. Her Business Law practice advises clients how to establish and manage a business, retain talent, protect ideas, creations, & brands, effectively collaborate with others, meet growth objectives, and set exit strategies. Lee’s Intellectual Property Law practice provides clients with access to national and international copyright and trademark advisement, prosecution, and enforcement, and trade secret counseling. Her Nonprofit Law practice guides organizations through the process of achieving and maintaining state permits and federal tax-exempt status. Lee is a member of the Entertainment & Sports, Intellectual Property, and International Law sections of the Georgia Bar and several arts & entertainment trade associations. Read More…
Schedule a Consultation
If you would like to schedule a consultation with Lee Morin, then please use our online calendar below. To learn more about how we work with new clients, please see our New Client Procedure.
Our Standard Consultation provides prospective clients with: a preliminary conflict check, overview of legal matters connected to a case, engagement options, and legal fees estimate. There is a 30 minute time limit on all consultations.
Cost: $250 USD
If you are a nonprofit corporation, then you may take advantage of our reduced rates and request a Nonprofit Consultation. Please note that you must present a Certificate of Incorporation demonstrating nonprofit entity status to qualify for the reduced rate.
Cost: $150 USD