Monthly Archives: January 2016

Which Country’s Law – Entertainment Law Asked & Answered




Carlos wrote in with a question about which country's law will apply to his film.

I'm Gordon Firemark, and this is Asked & Answered… where I answer entertainment law questions from industry professionals so you can take your career and business to the next level.

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Big Fees, Strikeouts and Disparaging Brands – Entertainment Law Update Episode 70

The Latest episode of my Entertainment Law podcast, Entertainment Law Update, is now available for your enjoyment. Listen here, or subscribe and download in your favorite podcast listening app. Show notes are located at Here’s what we talked about… Webcasting Rates Marvin Gaye Estate Wants $3.4 Million for attorneys’ fees and Expenses Abbott and Costello… Continue Reading

Does an indemnification clause really protect you?

Does an Indemnification Clause really protect you? Over the weekend, I heard about a case that made me think  about indemnification provisions and their value. A television program bought a leaked video-clip of a very famous actor disparaging another entertainer. Trouble is, the guy who sold the clip to the TV producer didn’t actually own… Continue Reading

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