In this workshop, we’ll be addressing the importance of ownership of your screenplays, films, videos, designs and other intellectual property and how those rights can be impacted by a divorce. This is a critical workshop for anyone considering working creatively with a partner. This workshop is especially critical if you are married.
Asa Pitt is CEO and Founder of the Pitt APC law firm. Pitt APC is a boutique entertainment law firm that works with some of the biggest groups in entertainment, including the likes of Amazon and CAA. Asa specializes in working with up and coming artists and brands to ensure that their rights are protected across. Pitt APC recently closed working as production counsel on the independent film, The Mattachine Family where Asa handled all agreements on behalf of the production company (talent, crew, locations, vendors, rights, investments, etc.). In addition to his entertainment clientele, Asa is constantly mediating divorce settlement agreements where he functions as a neutral third party, guiding negotiations between spouses towards an amicable divorce settlement. Asa studied Entertainment Law at the Chapman School of Law and previously worked in business and legal affairs at United Talent Agency.
To learn more about Asa’s work visit www.pittapc.co and https://www.linkedin.com/in/asa-pitt-a7193111b/. You may want to check out his article on Collaboration and Co-Writer Agreements at https://www.pittapc.co/collaboration-and-co-writer-agreements.
Topics addressed in this workshop include:
Intellectual Property Rights and Divorce
Who Control Intellectual Property When Partners Work Without an Agreement
Creative Partnership Agreements and Why They Are Critical
Copyright Law and Estate Planning Considerations
The Role of Mediation in Creative Partnership Disputes and Divorce
If you have questions about this workshop, email email@example.com. If you would like to schedule a free consultation with Asa, email firstname.lastname@example.org.