Jan 17, 2012 Joe Kleiman Uncategorized Comments Off on New Firm Provides Legal Services to Location Based and Immersive Entertainment
Beverly Hills, CA, USA — Heimann Galen LLP is one of the only law firms that features a department dedicated to servicing the unique needs of the Immersive and Location-Based Entertainment industry. As the evolution of new media and new technologies rapidly transforms the entertainment industry, Location-Based Entertainment is melding with the digital world into a fully integrated form of entertainment known as Immersive Entertainment. The firm believes it is incumbent upon industry professionals to stay current and focused on the special opportunities and challenges presented by such developments.
Heimann Galen’s attorneys have experience in the Immersive and Location-Based Entertainment industry, and are equipped to counsel clients as they adjust to audiences’ changing entertainment expectations. Their attorneys are experienced in the areas of corporate counseling and organizational structuring, domestic and international transactions, finance and intellectual property. Heimann Galen clients include studios, producers, designers, content creators, music professionals, technology companies, brands and artists engaged in the world of theme parks, casinos, restaurants, retail, museums, malls, zoos, touring productions, parades, live events, etc.
Partners at Heimann Galen are Eric Galen, former Vice President of Development and General Council of Audiolife.com and founder of Music180.com, and Wendy Heimann-Nunes, who has held positions as Executive Director of the Chicago Theater and as Head of Business and Legal Affairs for Universal Creative. Ms. Heimann-Nunes also provides legal services to the Themed Entertainment Association, of which she is a member.
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