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Discreet Guidance On Entertainment Litigation Matters

Legal issues are common in the entertainment industry. They involve matters as diverse as selling the rights to a movie script, negotiating and enforcing contracts, navigating entertainment law questions and dealing with family issues in your personal life.

For actors, athletes, musicians and others who make a living in this industry, legal issues pose challenges on multiple levels. They can threaten not only your livelihood, but also your reputation and personal life. Securing the right lawyers is the first step toward successfully overcoming these hurdles.

Accomplishing Your Goals

At Doyle Law in Los Angeles, California, we are well-equipped to address a wide array of legal issues for clients in the entertainment industry. Our lawyers have extensive experience helping clients overcome challenges. Through creative problem-solving and outside-the-box strategies, we will work to accomplish your goals as swiftly as possible. Should it become necessary to protect your interests in court, you can rely on our award-winning trial skills and proven record of success.

Protecting Your Privacy Is Our Utmost Priority

As a former Hollywood screenwriter, attorney Stephen Beke understands the entertainment industry and the public scrutiny that often complicates these cases. Above all, he understands the need for discretion.

Our legal team will work vigorously to protect your privacy and confidentiality. We can leverage extensive contacts in the media world to publicize information, or keep it secret-depending on the needs of your case. When appropriate, we also work with publicists, agents, managers and other professionals to proactively manage publicity issues.

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Learn more about our entertainment litigation practice by calling 310-385-0567 or sending us an email.

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