Let Us Be Yours
Getting results in entertainment or construction law doesn’t require an enormous, impersonal law firm. With clients, we’re responsive and easygoing; when representing their interests, we are sharks.
Los Angeles And Surrounding Areas
If you work in the television, film or music industry, write books, or work as another type of creative professional, we can help with contracts, licensing, trademarks, or unfair business practice issues.
Don’t Settle For Less – Get The Legal Results You Deserve
The world of entertainment in 21st century is changing faster than most people can keep up. Strategies for success that worked for decades don’t cut it anymore. Many people in the entertainment or creative industries centered in Los Angeles are trying to adjust to this seismic shift, but often aren’t clear on the best way to negotiate or, when necessary, assert their legal rights simply to make a living.
Dylan Grimes, our founding attorney, started Grime Law LLP to make it easier for entertainment and creative professionals to build a career that values their contributions appropriately. He has worked in many roles in the industry (more on that in a moment), so protecting our clients isn’t an intellectual exercise for him. It’s his passion.
We are not like many entertainment attorneys you may have encountered in Los Angeles. For one thing, Dylan has more than a decade of litigation experience, gained working for a large law firm. Our attorney knows how to take a case to court and win. Our advocacy on your behalf is centered on achieving YOUR goals – not padding our billable hours.
The litigation experience that forged Dylan’s approach to working with entertainment industry clients concerned construction defects. He still represents clients who are coping with the damage that negligent construction techniques cause. If you had a house built less than 10 years ago that has significant defects, Grime Law LLP can help you recover compensation. We all know that home ownership in Los Angeles is a major financial commitment. You are absolutely entitled to hold the developer who built your house accountable for the quality of the workmanship or materials.
We Know The Entertainment Industry From The Inside
Another way in which our law firm differs from other firms in entertainment law is that our founding attorney has worked as a musician, a musical venue manager, owner of a music management company, a poet and the author of a book on starting an independent record label. (Yup, that’s right – he started out as a lead singer in a band and ended up as an attorney.) We have seen the good and bad side of professional creative work, and our aim is to help you reap the rewards of your efforts – in a way that will help you stay relevant and solvent for years to come.
Because we’ve worked in the industry, we will talk to you like a peer. Our preferred attorney-client relationship is friendly, informal and (hopefully!) fun. However, you might be surprised if you hear how we speak when we’re representing you. We don’t pull punches at the negotiating table or in the courtroom. It’s all about you and getting you the best deal possible.