Sports and Entertainment
Florida is one of the premier states for sports and entertainment law. In the heart of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), with multiple major sports universities in the Florida Gators of the University of Florida and the Seminoles of Florida State –not to mention the University of Miami also known as "the U," and the multiple other sports teams in Florida.
Florida was host to the first college football playoff, is home to multiple teams during baseball's spring training and home of the Tampa Bay Lightning.
Whether it is the allure of Miami Beach for the world's most scenic photo shoots or the conglomerate industry that is Walt Disney World, Florida has everything you need for success in the entertainment industry.
Finding an entertainment attorney, however, may prove a little more difficult. With sports and entertainment issues in contracts like licensing, trademark issues, and employment issue, having an experienced attorney will be invaluable.
Sports and Entertainment Lawyer in Ft. Lauderdale, FL
If you or someone you know is considering entering into a contract for to license a soundtrack, copyright a work of art, or trademark then contact Bacchus Law Firm.
We represent artists and athletes throughout South Florida in counties like Broward County, Palm Beach County, Miami-Dade County, Collier County, and Hendry County, FL.
Our clients will ensure that all of your artistic rights are protected and will guide you every step of the way. Our offices are centrally located at 401 E. Las Olas Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, just minutes from the Broward County Central Courthouse.
If are interested in a sports and entertainment attorney in Miami, West Palm Beach, East Naples, or LaBelle, Florida, then contact our firm immediately.
Call (954) 500-5555 to schedule a no obligations consultation with our experienced sports and entertainment law attorneys.
Types of Sports and Entertainment Cases
Sports and entertainment law encompasses many areas of law. The kind of case that an individual will need will depend on the kind of services he or she is looking for. If the artist or athlete is interested in entering or building a relationship with a company or other artist, then the contracts will likely come into play. If the artist or athlete has an issue with licensing or is suing, then he or she will need an experienced litigation attorney.
Some of the most common sports and entertainment contract services include:
- Purchasing agreements
- Producer agreements
- Operating agreements
- Nondisclosure agreements
- Merchandising agreements
- Franchising agreements
- Management agreements
- 360 agreements
- Artists agreements
- Licensing agreements
- Confidentiality agreements
Moreover, there are times in the sports and entertainment industry when one party sues the other. Lawsuits arise for multiple reasons, from breach of contract to copyright infringement to a violation of a licensing or NDA agreement. At Bacchus Law Firm we have some of the most zealous litigators who understand the process of fighting for the rights of artists and athletes in the courtroom.
We represent both plaintiffs and defendants in sports and entertainment litigation to ensure that their claims are adequately represented in a court of law. Whether the remedy is royalties or injunction, our attorneys will fight to get the best possible result for our clients.
Find a Sports and Entertainment Law Attorney in Broward County, FL
If you or someone you know is an artist or an athlete, or if you are a producer or industry leader and you need an attorney who knows the ins and outs of not just transactional agreements, but litigation as well, then contact Bacchus Law Firm.
Our attorneys are well versed in everything from contract to courtroom, and we pride ourselves on provided stellar legal services for our clients.
Our office is conveniently located at 401 E. Las Olas Blvd. in Ft. Lauderdale, just minutes from Broward County Central Courthouse and we have taken cases in Miami, West Palm Beach, LaBelle, and East Naples, Florida.
Contact our office at (954) 500-5555 for a free no-obligations consultation.
This Article Was Last Updated on June 2, 2017.