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Where to Get Money When the Bank Says No

When the Bank Says No

by Steve Replin

In a clear and concise manner, Steve Replin reveals strategies, sources and timing options that only money insiders are privy to. The answers to your money needs will become at your fingertips. You will gain the power to grow your business within days.

Join us as Steve shares with us key principles from his first authoritative volume, Where to Go When the Bank Says No, in a growing hard money series helping niche businesses seize the means to reach their dreams.

You'll Learn...

• Hard money is opportunity financing

• Know how to take advantage of great deals when you see them

• Learn how you can write the check to get your deal done NOW!

About Steve Replin

I am a practicing Entertainment Law and Intellectual Property attorney focusing on copyrights, trademarks and entertainment issues. We represent independently produced motion pictures, web sites with significant copyright and potential infringement issues, trademark registrations and related issues. I am negotiating significant and complex business transactions for my creative and business clients. 

My experience and understanding of the creative arts allows me to develop business structures that provide strong growth and financing possibilities as well as an assertive approach to contract preparation and negotiating.

I am very active and interested in small and growing fashion related firms and designers. We provide aggressive representation to those in the fashion industry from designers, to models, to manufacturers, to couture sewers, to textile designers, and so on. It is an area of great interest to me. 

As a firm, we are very entrepreneurial and especially enjoy representing small and early stage technology and entertainment companies. Coming from an entrepreneurial background, we understand the issues of starting a business that is rich in intellectual property and short in tangible assets and start up capital.

We represent indie film makers, musicians, record labels, writers, play writes, artists, dancers, producers, distributors, publishers, gallery owners, museums, modeling agencies, apparel designers, fashion industry participants on all levels, and so on.

Having had substantial experience at representing entrepreneurs with their corporate capital structuring combined with asset protection, future capital needs, and exit strategies, we provide strong and effective presentation for our creative and business clients.

Specialties:contract negotiation, contract review, contract preparation, financing, artist representation, mergers and acquisitions, independent film production representation and financing, deal structuring, start up businesses, copyrights and trademarks, infringement issues, IP valuation, branding, financing for the creative arts, capital table preparation and planning, prepublic and private funding plans.

Check out Replin Law Group LLC!

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  • Mike B.

    Steve gave a really good presentation, wish we would have had more time.

    March 5, 2014

  • Stephanie Lewis, "The Biz F.

    Fascinating view of financial options by an authority in the trenches. Steve offered alternatives that could benefit the entrepreneur and show that there can be life after "NO".

    March 5, 2014

  • Michael M.

    Somedays I think I'm just mental b/c I've got this on my calendar for 3/12 . . . arrrgh.

    March 5, 2014

  • Warren K.

    Please forgive me... we had a client call with an emergency (no email, no website) that requires our immediate attention. I will have to join next time.

    March 5, 2014

  • A former member
    A former member

    Just got in from doing snow removal so I will not be ready to attend by the time the meeting starts. Very sorry.

    March 5, 2014

  • Steve F.

    What is an entertainment attorney going to teach us about "when the bank says no?"

    January 20, 2014

    • Dru S.

      Great question, Steve. I updated the description to be more helpful. Thanks for your input and hope to see you next Wednesday morning!

      February 24, 2014

  • Lynne L.

    Would love to hear Steve, but have my next Business Portrait Session scheduled for that day and have AM sittings booked.

    February 13, 2014

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