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Entertainment Law

Goodsill’s Entertainment Law Group services clients in the entertainment field from concept to completion, including local and international filmmakers of both animated and live action features. We have extensive experience with new and existing legislation designed to make Hawaii a financially attractive place to produce motion pictures and television shows.

Our mission is to take care of our clients, so that their experience working in Hawaii is as trouble-free and satisfying as possible. To that end, we work closely with attorneys in our other practice areas to provide counsel on all our clients’ professional and personal legal needs, which may include such diverse areas as corporate structure and finance, talent agreements, literary and screenplay sales and acquisition agreements, co-productions, labor matters, executive employment agreements, tax issues, trademark and copyright licensing, land use development, and estate planning.

Our experience in litigation and alternative dispute resolution allows us to represent our entertainment clients in any dispute, in any forum, including copyright and trademark infringement, contract, labor and employment, and talent agency issues. In line with our mission, we strive to resolve disputes as efficiently as possible so that our clients can focus their energies on their creative endeavors.

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