WHAT WOULD THE WORLD BE WITHOUT CREATIVES — MUSICIANS, FILMMAKERS, AUTHORS, VISUAL ARTISTS, AND TALENT TO NAME JUST A FEW. OPAQUE AND EMPTY? WHAT WOULD THE WORLD BE WITHOUT LAWYERS FOR CREATIVES? UNPROTECTED AND DISORGANIZED? WHAT HAPPENS WHEN CREATIVES DON’T SEEK LEGAL SERVICES TO PROTECT AND GIVE VALUE TO THEIR WORKS, PRODUCTIONS, AND PERFORMANCES? DISASTERS WAITING TO HAPPEN?
Practicing law almost forty years with more than half in the areas of trademark, copyright, small business, and entertainment law, Carolyn Herman, a native New Yorker and sole member of her Jacksonville Beach, FL firm, takes a no-nonsense approach to avoiding disasters and for those that already have occurred, uses real world strategies in an attempt to resolve them.
To schedule an appointment for a consultation, please contact (904) 247-9420 or email: email@example.com. A modest fee will be charged and due at the time of the appointment. Any additional fees and costs for future services will be discussed during the consultation.
- Bar Admissions: Florida Bar (1993) and New York (1978)
- Education: Cornell University (B.S. 1974); Fordham Law School (J.D. 1977); George Washington University National Law Center (LL.M. 1982)
- Activities: Member of City of Jacksonville Mayor’s Film Commission Advisory Board; Member of ABA Forum on the Entertainment and Sports Industries; Film Florida; Women in Film & Television; Former Chair and Executive Council Member of the Entertainment, Arts & Sports Law Section of the Florida Bar; Formerly on the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences Board of Governors (Florida Chapter); Frequent Entertainment Law Continuing Legal Education Panelist; Former Intellectual Property and Entertainment Law Professor; County and Small Claims Pro Bono Mediator
Office: Jacksonville Beach, FL 32250