An entertainment lawyer is an attorney who specializes in all legal matters pertaining to the entertainment industry. "Transactional" lawyers draw up and negotiate contracts between artists, writers, producers, directors, agents, studios and record companies. "Litigators" handle the lawsuits for personnel in the entertainment industry. A handful of entertainment lawyers do both transactions and litigation. Struggling entertainment lawyers, junior associates and "in house" lawyers make $75,000 to $150,000 a year. Litigators can make in the seven figures by working on contingency fee. The top transactional lawyers make $400,000 to $5,000,000 a year. Nice work if you can get it!
Entertainment Lawyer make up to 400,000 a year.
it makes 25,000 to 3,ooo,ooo a year
How much does a lawyer make in Brazil
I make €1 every minute
The reports I have read state , They range between $300-$500 an hour, so make as much as $700.00 an hour
It depends on the lawyer and the job.
It depends on the lawyer.
It depends on what the lawyer charges.....
An entertainment lawyer is pretty much the same as any other lawyer as far as dealing with legalities of whatever industry it is. Typically with music the lawyer will go over contracts for artists, labels, distributers, managers, etc. This can be as simple as consulting an artist about a contract they are wanting to sign, up to the RIAA suing fans for downloading music. Pretty much anything that is legal in the music industry is handled with an entertainment lawyer.
How much money does an Entertainment Publicist make?
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an estate lawyer is paid handsomely for doing the job
A lawyer usally makes about 400,000 dollars a year.
A Lawyer Makes at least $24.96 an hour And Somewhere in the $60,000 a year for a new lawyer.
Being a lawyer is as sure as eggs is eggs a praised career
Each case is unique, or should be treated as if it were unique. The costs for each law suit is different, the time required for each case is different. A lawyer may make $0 on a case that they spend months on, on another one they may make $300,000 for sending off a single letter. So what's average?