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MORIN Entertainment Law is a boutique firm specializing in Art & Entertainment Law, Business Law, Intellectual Property Law, & Nonprofit Law.

Based in Atlanta, we serve clients doing business in the United States. We hope you will give us the opportunity to impress you with our quality of work, professionalism, and excellence in client service. Thanks for visiting!

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Art & Entertainment Law

MORIN Entertainment Law serves primarily independent film, music, and game development industries in Georgia. We also consult with clients involved in theatrical stage productions, freelance artists, and writers.

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Business Law

At MORIN Entertainment Law, we believe in Monetizing Your Creativity,” which is why every creative enterprise begins with the business basics: setting up an entity, choosing how to manage it, whether there will be employees and how to retain talent, how to protect ideas, creations, and brands, how to effectively collaborate with others, how to meet growth objectives, and set exit strategies. We offer clients a full spectrum of services that incorporate these essential elements, which enables you to do what you do best, while resting assured that your legal needs are met.

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Intellectual Property Law

Intellectual Property (IP) is the heart of creative enterprise. Principal Attorney Lee Morin has a cumulative 12+ years experience in Intellectual Property Law providing support in domestic, foreign, and international patent filings, copyright and trademark prosecution and enforcement, and trade secret protection. Her relationships with a global network of IP lawyers insures that all aspects of client portfolios are addressed. Lee evaluates your intellectual properties and helps you to protect them.

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Nonprofit Law

Many businesses organize under the 501(c) section of the Internal Revenue Code for its favorable tax treatment and access to funding. In addition to setting up your business as a nonprofit under state law, we further help you to establish and maintain your tax-exempt status under federal law.

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