Entertainment Law, sometimes called media law, involves providing legal services to artists, producers and companies involved in the entertainment industry, including film, radio, music, theatre, books, screen plays, television, and video games. Like other legal areas, entertainment law includes drafting agreements/contracts, negotiation, mediation, and when needed, litigation. The main goal of entertainment law is to protect your creative product and ideas from being exploited by others.

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Rhett D. Klok has experience with entertainment law matters, specifically representing motion picture producers before administrative law proceedings, negotiations and production meetings. Rhett D. Klok is an Adjunct Professor at the Charleston School of Law teaching Entertainment Law.