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The Working for Workers Act, 2021, within the Entertainment Industry

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The Working for Workers Act 2021 – Introduction On December 2, 2021, Ontario Bill 27: Working for Workers Act, 2021, received Royal Assent and...

Author: Burt Gidaro, Entertainment Lawyer   What is a Sunset Clause – Introduction Have you ever watched the sun go down on the beach?...

Author: Lauren Edwards, Entertainment Lawyer Five Submission Release Tips – Introduction A submission release is a contract that “releases” a person who receives information...

Author: Michael Duboff, Entertainment Lawyer US Workers Entering Canada for Film & Television Productions – Introduction When it comes to creating film and television...

Using Third-Party Owned Content: Introduction The Internet has been a massive boon for creators: it has given an unmediated, free (or nearly free) platform...

Author: Mark Edwards, Entertainment Lawyer Assigning Concept Rights in Canada – Introduction Recently, I have been asked about assigning concept rights to a single...

Canada Media Fund: Performance Envelope Program – Introduction Please be advised, in response to the disruption in Canada’s screen-based industries caused by the COVID-19...

Gathering and Waiving Rights – Introduction Today we will look at gathering and waiving rights; from the inception of an idea, through its evolution...

At Edwards Creative Law, we’re passionate about providing entertainment legal services that exceed our client’s expectations. To help us fulfill that commitment, we’re extremely...

Life Rights: Do You Need Them? Many people live inspiring lives. Some people’s lives are so inspiring that other people (for example, writers) are compelled to tell the inspirational person’s story in the form of...

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