Client-Focused Services

Reavis & Associates, PC provides sophisticated, sensible and cost-effective legal and business solutions for our clients. Our proficient attorneys have managed extensive non-profit legal matters while also developing strong proficiencies in technology and entertainment related start-ups, investment finance vehicles for technology and film projects, commercial contracting, trademarks, copyright, publishing, sports, music, reality tv, and digital video. As a boutique law firm, we proudly provide the highest quality legal work through exceptional, personalized client services.

Our clients ranging from multinational corporations to individual entrepreneurs, artists and athletes--both active and retired, domestic and abroad.  Dedicated to exceeding expectations, we strive to help our clients achieve their goals and support their efforts to create, exploit and protect their creative, cultural, business, and athletic brand assets.

Dedicated to Your Growth and Legal Education

Our attorneys have contributed to books on criminal law, e-commerce, contracts and art law. They are members of national and state bar association committees on copyright law, new technologies, entertainment, theater, and performing arts. Reguarly, Reavis & Associates attorneys speak before industry and bar association groups, guest lecture on various topics in film, copyright, and criminal prosecution, and have taught courses in their fields at law schools and undergraduate colleges and universities.

Active Community Presence

As an active supporter of creative and cultural organizations, Reavis & Associates regularly publishes articles and participates in seminars addressing the legal and business needs of creative and cultural professionals. We also serve on cultural nonprofit boards and are active members of creative and cultural associations.

Practice Areas

  • Trademarks: Symbols or words used to represent your company or product.  www.uspto.gov 
  • Copyrights: The exclusive legal right to print, publish, perform, film, or record literary, artistic, or musical material, and to authorize others to do the same. www.copyright.gov
  • Internet Law: Legal principles governing conduct and commerce in cyberspace, including claims of trademark and copyright infringement.
  • Business Law: The rights, relations and conduct of persons and businesses engaged in commerce, merchandising, trade and sales.
  • Non-Profit & Charity Law: Related to taxation, prevention of charitable fraud, and other special problems of an organization that does not have profit as it’s primary motivation. 
  • Art Law: Intellectual property, contract, constitutional, tort, tax, commercial and international issues surrounding the creation of fine art and the visual arts.
  • Fashion Law: Issues that arise throughout the life of an article of clothing or a fashion accessory, including intellectual property, development, sales, and international trade.
  • Sports & Entertainment Law: Legal issues in sports and entertainment encompassing labor law, contract law, and competition or antitrust law.