"Follow your bliss and the Universe will open doors for you where there were only walls." - Joseph Campbell
Music, Film & Art
We offer experience and expertise in fine arts and crafts, from paintings to architecture, regarding copyright matters, trademarks, display / distribution / licensing agreements, contract production and work for hire, disputes related IP asset protection, gallery event development; sales and auction transactions, private fund development and 501(c)(3) formation, and more.
Our attorneys advise clients on copyright registration and enforcement; trademark selection, adoption, use and registration; brand development; dispute resolution; licensing and clearances.
Our services include entity filings; forming 501(c)(3) organizations and securing IRS recognition of tax-exempt status; state registrations; advice regarding “best practices” for governance; executive compensation planning; charitable contributions and capital campaigns; and more.
We are experienced in representing landlords in a variety of leasing transactions, including build-to-suit leases, turnkey leases, tenant improvement allowance leases, subleases, office leases, retail leases, warehouse and industrial leases, and manufacturing facility leases.
Municipal Finance and Civil Defense Litigation
The firm not only handles new issues, but also counsels clients on ongoing disclosure and other covenant and regulatory compliance matters. We provide guidance regarding annual reporting requirements with respect to financing and work with issuers to ensure compliance with annual reporting requirements.
Our services include rights acquisition, production financing and structuring, distribution, incorporation, filing and organizational documents for new entities across all entertainment media platforms.
Reavis & Associates, PC provides experienced legal and business affairs services to creative, athletic, political and cultural professionals.
As active supporters of creative and cultural organizations, we regularly publish articles and participate in seminars addressing their legal and business needs, serve on numerous nonprofit boards, and are active members of creative and cultural associations.