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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.

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