Hillary Bibicoff is a transactional entertainment attorney at Holmes Weinberg where she represents both established and "up and coming" actors, hosts, writers, directors, authors, financiers, independent producers, production companies and sales agencies. Her client list includes Pam Fryman, Rob Long, Mike Rowe, Robert Towne, two of the executive producers on the hit show “The Black List,” and the creators and show runner of “Good Luck Charlie.” In addition to talent deals, she negotiates book, screenplay and life story agreements, as well as various film finance, production and distribution deals and studio term deals, and oversees production legal for the Super Bowl pre-game and half-time shows as well as other live events. She also handles licensing, merchandising, endorsement, sponsorship and spokesperson deals for talent as well as both traditional entertainment companies and those whose main business is outside of the entertainment industry. She has been involved with audits of major studios conducted on behalf of talent with gross profit participations. She represented the two largest investors in the $500 million 25 picture film finance deal between Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros., and represented Toho Co., Ltd. in the sale of the rights to the recent “Godzilla” feature to Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros.
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