Bonnie Berry LaMon
Bonnie Berry LaMon has practiced entertainment law for over twenty years, representing writers, filmmakers, recording artists and production companies. Her law firm, The B²L Entertainment Law Group negotiates and drafts agreements in connection with its clients’ activities in the film, television, music and book publishing industries. Through her company, B²L Creative Works, Ms. Berry LaMon offers creative and strategic consulting services pertaining to the development, production, promotion and distribution of her consulting clients’ film, television and literary properties.
Ms. Berry LaMon is a graduate of Princeton University and Harvard Law School. She is currently enrolled in the Masters of Fine Art Program in Creative Writing for Children and Young Adults at Vermont College of Fine Arts. She is the author of “Practice in a Minor Key,” a primer on representing minors in the music industry, which was published in the May 2002 issue of Los Angeles Lawyer magazine. She is also the author of “Achieving Success and Personal Satisfaction in Entertainment Law” a chapter featured in the book, Inside the Minds: The Legal Side of Entertainment, Sports, and Media.
She lives with her husband and three sons in Los Angeles.
Jamice A. Oxley
Jamice Oxley has a dual Bachelor of Arts degree from Yale University in American Studies and Women’s & Gender Studies, and a Juris Doctor degree from Loyola Law School. Jamice is a former Graduate Fellow of Loyola Law School and is licensed to practice law in the state of California.
Jamice’ s wide variety of entertainment experience spans from her work at Warner Bros., Rhino Home Video, Creative Artists Agency (“CAA”), the Directors Guild of America (“DGA”), and Rutter Hobbs & Davidoff in both litigation and transactional capacities. At Warner Bros., Jamice worked in the Legal Affairs department assisting the department’s attorneys with a wide variety of agreements for syndicated television content. At CAA, Jamice worked in Business Affairs where she assisted in drafting agreements on behalf of talent in television, new media, and theatre. At the DGA, Jamice assisted in protecting the rights of television and motion picture directors in arbitrations over credits, residuals, contractual clauses, and labor law disputes. At Rutter Hobbs & Davidoff, Jamice worked alongside a team of attorneys representing Fox Sports in a high-profile litigation against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
As partner with the B²L Entertainment Law Group, Jamice represents talent and production entities in the music, television and motion picture industries. Her practice consists of negotiating and drafting music recording, publishing, and licensing agreements for music composed, written and/or produced by recording artists, composers, record producers, songwriters, and music production entities. Jamice’s practice also includes drafting and negotiating all manner of television, motion picture, and new media agreements for production companies and talent including acquisition, option, and shopping agreements, talent agreements, licensing agreements and distribution agreements. In addition, Jamice performs production counsel work for her clients, copyright and trademark registrations, and advises clients regarding their intellectual property rights and corporate/business formation.
Jamice Oxley is also an active Board member. She serves on the Alumnae Council Board for her high school alma mater, Marlborough School. She serves on the Executive Committee of the Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law Section (ELIPS) of the Los Angeles County Bar Association (LACBA) and is the group’s current co-program chair for 2014-2015. Jamice is also an active member of the Entertainment Law Section of the John M. Langston Bar Association and a Yale University Alumni Admissions Interviewer.
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