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About This Event . . .
I ran a face-to-face event on Avoiding Litigation recently, and far more people wanted to attend than I had room for. Filmmakers, screenwriters, and writers do more deals in a year than most people do in a decade. Filmmakers, in particular, are navigating everything from intellectual property and investment to employment and tax law as they put together films, web series, and documentaries. We spend years on our work and getting tied up in years of litigation, or having our work taken from us because we made a bad deal, is a terrible thing. This event is designed to cover good business practices that can help you side step a lot of legal hassles.
Justin Sterling is founder of The Sterling Firm, a full-service civil litigation and transactional law firm devoted to Business Law, Entertainment Law, and Personal Injury cases. The Sterling Firm is dedicated to helping clients obtain maximum compensation, achieve cost-effective legal solutions, and resolve legal conflicts efficiently. You can learn more about Justin at www.TheSterlingFirm.com and https://www.linkedin.com/in/justinsterlingesquire/
Topics addressed in this event include:
- 3 Myths People Believe About Litigation
- 5 Mistakes People Make that Often Lead to Litigation
- What to Do Business Deals Start to Fall Apart
- Things to Say (and Avoid Saying) When Someone Offers to Sue You
- Preparing to Win the Court Battles You Hope You Never Have
- What to Do When Litigation (or Arbitration) is Inevitable
This event is not meant to provide legal advice to people who are currently in litigation or who expect to find themselves in court soon. It’s meant to help filmmakers, writers, screenwriters, and business owners adopt good business practices that will help them do business going forward.
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