A law practice in New York City called Rodriques Law concentrates on business, media, sports, and entertainment law. They provide as outside counsel to established small businesses, emerging firms, and start-ups, as well as represent businesses and individuals in transactions involving film, television, music, media, advertising, and technology.
They are becoming known for assisting clients with capital and production financing on a global scale. In their private equity financing, debt financing, tax credits, pre-sales, and global co-production projects, they counsel, advise, and defend their clients.
According to the sort of project being developed, they offer clients advice on how to arrange various transactions, including how to work on their output package, private placement memorandum (PPM), and market and business plans that try to make the case for getting their project financed.
They have a lot of domestic and foreign market expertise selling and packaging films. They negotiate agreements relating to trade laws, tax laws, and import-export rules, many of which are drawn from international agreements or national legislation of several sovereigns. They make it easier for technology and goods to traverse international borders.