Past Meetup

Learn How to Protect and Enhance Your Assets with Entertainment Attorney ...

Hosted by FILM Atlanta Meetup

Public group
Price: $5.00 /per person
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Deborah Gonzalez currently serves on the board of Women in Film & Television Atlanta (WIFTA Atlanta), and is the legal adviser to the Georgia Music Industry Association.

“Strategic, focused, creative” are three words used to describe Deborah Gonzalez’ approach to the effective protection and enhancement of assets for her clients.

Deborah Gonzalez' legal practice focuses on art, music, entertainment, digital, and social and online law. She obtained her JD from New York Law School and is licensed to practice in both New York and Georgia. Clients include museums, galleries, artists and art professionals, animators, film-makers, musicians and music professionals, authors, and various other creative professionals.

Deborah currently serves on the board of Women in Film & Television Atlanta, and is the legal adviser to the Georgia Music Industry Association. She is also a member of the Georgia Production Partnership, Georgia Entertainment Association, Women in Animation, and the Entertainment Law sections of the GA and New York Sate Bar Associations. Deborah’s pro bono activities include a music law clinic and workshops for visual artists through the Binders Art School and TBBCATL. She speaks at various industry conferences around the world such as SEIGE CON and SIAF, and on legal issues and concerns for artists of all genres.

Deborah is a renaissance professional with over 20+ years of experience in corporate business consulting and training, including international projects in Europe, South America, and Asia Pacific focusing on intellectual property, marketing, leadership development, and technology transfer. This combination of knowledge and experience has lead to the cultivation of a network of resources and global contacts for the benefit of her clients.

Deborah has designed and created unique training and curriculum for members of the arts and entertainment industries (including artists, musicians, producers, and digital creators), business professionals, and international diplomats. Programs such as digital rights in the online world (for the artistic community as well as higher education), diplomacy and international relations, and economic and community development programs in the entertainment industries, are just a few.

Deborah continues to work on international projects in South America, India, Thailand, Fiji, Eastern and Western Europe, and others.

For more information visit http://www.dgonzalezesq.com/