Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
Dealmakers Impact Report 2011: Up Next
Ianno's Indomitable has found success by creating a niche as an independent exec producer for movies with budgets up to $40 million and will assist with anything a picture needs in order to get made…
Since leaving his last corporate day job in 2002, the former CBS, Sony and Paxson Communications exec has been focusing on his diverse portfolio of investments, which includes everything from films…
Entertainment lawyer Katz's Atlanta-based practice, which he started 40 years ago, boasts such high-profile clients as the Michael Jackson estate, the Grammy Awards, James Taylor, Jimmy Buffett and…
Minton co-founded DDM in 2005 to help represent video game development studios and to act as a strategic advisor for Hollywood, licensors and more.
Opening the Swedish company's first offices in the United States, Parks headed up U.S. negotiations with the four major record labels, indie groups and performance right sorgs to secure licenses to…
Works on major corporate deals and reps big money - banks, hedge funds and private equity funds investing in entertainment projects.
British lawyer and agent Neil Blair has acted as J.K. Rowling's key dealmaker since 2001, when he left his job as Warner's head of business affairs in Europe to join the Christopher Little Agency.
Kazan has become a go-to dealmaker for videogame developers in making financing pacts with the major publishers.
At 31, Conrad is the youngest attorney at the entertainment boutique where she was hired at age 26 out of powerhouse white-shoe firm Latham & Watkins.
As an associate with the firm's Entertainment, Media and Technology Practice Group, Dollarhide focuses mainly on motion picture and vidgame finance matters, as well as production and distribution.