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Business Basics for Creatives™

MORIN Entertainment Law with Association Internationale du Film d’Animation (ASIFA-South), presents, Business Basics for Creatives™, a 5-part series offering freelance creatives guidance on setting up a business entity (Pt. 1), employment contracts (Pt. 2), intellectual property (Pt. 3), collaborations (Pt. 4), and financing, growth, and exit strategies (Pt. 5). All talks feature surprise guests, who […]
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Got Consent?

Got Consent? Legal Issues in Film, Pt. 3: The Players

If the story lays the foundation, and the script forms a blueprint, then the players build the motion picture. Players are writers, directors, actors, producers, casting directors, composers, and crew. Employment agreements between the production company and creators define the nature of the relationships. They contain key provisions, the most relevant to creators being the […]
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Producing Hit Songs, a NARIP Atlanta panel exclusive, with L-R: guest Bradford Rogers, NARIP Atlanta Board Member Sean Mcpherson, Executive Director Chloe Peacock, guest Billy Hume, Attorney Lee Morin, Board Member Julie Kessler Roach, and guest Matt Still. — at SAE Institute Atlanta.

A Panoply of Panels and Presentations

This fall, I was honored to speak on a diverse matter of subjects to distinct audiences from the art, gaming, legal, and music communities. It was a panoply of panels and presentations. The first weekend of October, the Georgia Game Developers Association (GGDA) invited me to speak at their annual conference, the Southern Interactive Entertainment […]
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Arts Applications in Games

Last Wednesday, I presented at Georgia Lawyers for the Arts in the King Plow Arts Center on a topic that discussed arts applications in games. Entitled, “Arts Applications In Computer and Video Games,” my presentation discussed what rises to the level of copyrightable content for artists, writers, and illustrators; what type of content developers seek […]
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