In Michael Vater’s recent article for Money Inc., he discussed why production companies and studios should use counsel when hiring talent.
Why Production Companies Should Use Counsel When Hiring
“Production companies must be aware of the various type of corporate formation and make an informed decision upon which type of company to begin. These various corporate structures include partnerships, limited liability companies, ‘s’ and ‘c’ corporations, and even not for profit corporations. Legal counsel is necessary to protect the company in development of the shareholder agreements, collaboration agreement, joint and co-production agreements.” -Michael Vater, The Ticktin Law Group, in Money Inc.
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More About The Ticktin Law Group’s, Michael Vater
Michael joined The Ticktin Law Group in 2010. He oversees the Entertainment Law Division, Administrative Law Division, and assists in Business Litigation Cases. Michael is admitted to practice in Federal Court as a member of the United States District Court, Northern District of Florida, the United States District Court and the United States Court of Appeals for the 11th Circuit. He most recently became a certified member of the Lawyers of Distinction for 2019. You can read more about his accomplishment here.