Providing Industry Leading Experience in Entertainment Law

When it comes to navigating the legal aspects of the entertainment industry, having experienced representation is paramount. At Mills & Mills LLP, we provide knowledgeable counsel to producers, financiers, talent, content creators and distributors to assist with their legal and business issues so that they can focus on what’s important— their art.

At Mills & Mills LLP, we understand the entertainment industry and leverage our knowledge to provide our clients with effective representation and service that is tailored to meet their needs. We take the necessary measures required to understand each case and endeavour to find the right solution for each individual.

Our lawyers handle a range of entertainment law matters, including:

  • Creator and development agreements
  • Option agreements
  • Financing agreements
  • Production and co-production agreements
  • Broadcast licenses, streaming and other distribution agreements
  • Talent agreements
  • Releases
  • Participant/crew/work for hire agreements
  • Chain of title issues/assignment agreements
  • Tax credits and Canadian Media Fund (CMF) financing
  • Interim and other financing/legal opinions
  • Errors and omissions (E&O) insurance
  • Copyright and other intellectual property issues
  • Litigation support

Trusted Representation, Practical Advice

Our lawyers deliver practical and effective representation so that our clients have the freedom to focus on their work and business. We take a proactive approach to protecting their interests by identifying potential risks and finding strategic business and legal solutions.

Whether it’s a long-term advisor or immediate legal support you require, Mills & Mills LLP offers specialized service that can be relied on.

Comprehensive Media Law Services

Given the high degree of innovation taking place in the media sector and how much is at stake, having experienced representation is key. At Mills & Mills LLP, our extensive insight and hands-on approach set us apart, giving influencers, social media personalities, and YouTube stars the support that they need while pursuing their goals.

We have experience handling matters of entertainment and media law issues and pride ourselves on our in-depth knowledge and commitment to protecting our clients so they can focus on their work.

Some of the services you can expect from us include:

  • Contract negotiation advice and drafting
  • Full legal support for TV, film, animation and other content production and exploitation
  • Intellectual property matters
  • Licensing, copyrights, and trademarks
  • Sponsorship agreements
  • New media production support
  • Videos and social media content support

Providing Cost-Effective Media Law Advice

We recognize that, for our clients, navigating the legal aspect of their work can be challenging and we are dedicated to understanding their needs. We are available to answer any questions and provide intelligent, up-to-date advice. By leveraging our industry experience, we can help manage day-to-day legal matters as well as handle situations regarding urgent attention.

We are passionate about seeing talented people succeed and are committed to helping our clients do what it takes to achieve their objectives.

Providing industry recognized entertainment and media law advice

To benefit from the individual, customized service and the superior entertainment and media law knowledge that Mills & Mills LLP offers, please contact us at 416­-863-0125 or send us an email.

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2 St Clair Ave West
Suite 700
Toronto, ON M4V 1L5

Phone: (416) 863-0125

Fax: (416) 863-3997

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