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Entertainment Agreements Attorney in New Haven, Connecticut

At Cooper Law LLC, our team is uniquely qualified to help film producers, musicians and creatives minimize tax liabilities and protect their interests when they set up production in Connecticut. Our principal attorney, Isaiah D. Cooper, has substantial transactional and entertainment experience that he will put to work for you when he represents you.

Whether you need assistance starting up your enterprise, qualifying for tax breaks, negotiating contracts or resolving another legal matter, we are ready to identify a solution that achieves your goal. Contact our New Haven office to learn how we can assist you.

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Using His Insider’s Perspective to Promote Your Brand

Before he founded our firm, attorney Cooper worked as a professional trombonist, performing with a variety of orchestras and bands overseas and throughout the country. He has done recording work both in the U.S. and abroad. Click on this link to read his IMBD profile.

This experience has given him an insider’s perspective on the struggles that musicians and other creatives face as they try to market and build their brands. If you are trying to establish a business entity that allows you to monetize your creative achievements, attorney Cooper is able to guide you through the formation process. A skilled transactional attorney, he can negotiate and design contracts that safeguard your interests.

Helping Clients Qualify for The Connecticut Digital Media and Motion Picture Tax Credit

At Cooper Law LLC, we have also helped major producers qualify for the Connecticut Digital Media & Motion Picture Tax Credit. In this connection, we have formed a Connecticut entity for production, obtaining the required Certificate of Existence.

We are deeply familiar with the deadlines that our clients must meet in order to receive these credits, including filing with the Connecticut Commission on Culture and Tourism, Film Division, not more than 90 days after the producer incurs the first Connecticut-based production costs or expenses.

We have also provided one of the opinions required in connection with obtaining bank financing for a film and formed a local subsidiary for the main provider of film completion guarantees.

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