THE SUCCESS OF YOUR ENTERTAINMENT EVENT
RIDES ON A WELL-DEFINED CONTRACT.
Whether you are the artist or the promoter, the rules are the same. Terms should be clearly negotiated...your terms. Your interests should be protected. Risks should be spelled out.
A lawyer with entertainment experience knows the moving parts. Are there partners? Who gets what percentage? Gross or net? What expenses are covered? Covered by who? What's the guarantee? What about concessions, parking, ticket sales, staffing, rigging, security, sound and lights?
What happens if the deal goes south? Who is at risk? Who still gets paid. What if the artist doesn't perform? What if the promoter tries to pull a fast one?
Sports and entertainment law involves the regulation, organization, marketing and management of events. Brian Kennedy has over forty years experience in the entertainment industry. He brings decades of experience to corporate and commercial issues, restructuring, creditor negotiations, intellectual property law, labor law, venue financing, operational management, agent relations, and player or artist contracts.