Clark Hill Attorney Joe Voss Presents to NALS of West Michigan
GRAND RAPIDS, MI
– Clark Hill Attorney Joe Voss will present “Behind the Scenes” to NALS of West Michigan on Thursday, June 9, 2011 at the University Club in Grand Rapids. Voss will cover what kinds of cases entertainment attorneys handle, as well as the challenges and opportunities of practicing entertainment law outside of major media markets.
“There are some misconceptions about what it means to be an entertainment attorney, so hopefully my presentation will shed some light on how this particular facet of law works,” Voss said.
Voss is Senior Counsel in Clark Hill PLC’s West Michigan office. He focuses exclusively on the entertainment industry, including representation of debt and equity financing parties for film and television productions. He provides production legal services to independent producers working in Michigan and Illinois, as well general corporate representation to companies in the film, television and music industries. Joseph regularly represents borrowers and lenders utilizing the State of Michigan Production Tax Incentive program, and provides guidance to parties that structure production financing transactions to maximize the effectiveness of tax incentives offered by various jurisdictions.
Voss also maintains a blog on entertainment law. You can learn more by visiting clarkhillentertainmentlaw.com. You can also follow Clark Hill Entertainment Law on Facebook and Twitter at @entertainmentCH.
For more information on NALS of West Michigan, please visit nalsofwmi.org.
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