Month

November 2015
Our Lead Entertainment Attorney, David Yung Ho Kim, was commissioned by KOTRA (an organization operated by the South Korea government) to write an article on music publishing in the U.S. so that it could be added to KOTRA’s annual “Soft IP Handbook” publication and that publication came out today. If you can read Korean, feel...
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“Dream Land”, a film written and directed by our dear client, Steve Chen, is set to premiere at the 2015 Cambodia International Film Festival on Dec. 4-Dec. 10. “Dream Land” is a drama/romance that takes place in Cambodia’s capitol, Phnom Penh and centers on the lead’s deteriorating relationship with her boyfriend. The festival will feature 80 different...
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As you already know, your Feature Actor’s Agreement (FAA) is a complex document, and after four weeks (check out our blog posts here!) on this topic we have tackled many of the nuts and bolts that make up your contract.  You may be wondering if there possibly can be more—absolutely! Your FAA is a single...
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It’s an ongoing battle between illegal content streaming sites and the companies whose content is being illegally streamed (see our previous blog post about MPAA cracking down on The Pirate Bay torrent site’s distribution of movies: Major Movie Studios Among Many to Sue for Pirate Bay’s “Booty” .) Now studios and production companies are teaming up against...
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We are extremely happy to announce that The Hollywood Lawyer’s own lead entertainment attorney, David Kim, was mentioned in Variety’s news blog, one of the top three news/trade blogs in the industry, on a major deal he helped to advise. RocketJump, an up and coming digital studio (7.5 million YouTube subscribers!), recently sealed the deal with China’s major streaming platform,...
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