A Vital Addition To Your Professional Library

Whatever aspects of the motion picture, television, music, book publishing, theatre or electronic games industries you may be involved in, and whether as a lawyer, business-person or creative artist, each of these EG2EL volumes comprise an indispensable addition to your professional library, and will pay for themselves many times over.

EG2EL
| Dealmaking
Available in Hardback & Paperback

Purchase for $225

Law School Edition Available For $150

EG2EL
| Intellectual Property
Available in Paperback

Purchase for $105

Law School Edition Available For $75

“Steve Monas knows what he’s talking about—he has seen these deals from every side, and lived to tell the tale!”

Carolyn Blackwood
President, New Line Cinema (Content, Strategy and Operations)

"I have worked with Steve Monas multiple times during his career in the film business.  His knowledge of motion picture distribution is second to none.  I strongly suggest that anyone looking to break into this area of our business should read Steve’s chapter on Motion Picture Distribution.  It is both concise and complete.  A must read."

Mark Damon
CEO Foresight Unlimited; Producer: Monster, Lone Survivor, Das Boot

“This is must-read material from an entertainment industry insider, and will provide an in-depth look into non-scripted (reality) television production.” 

Hayden Meyer
Board Member, Partner and Head of Alternative & Factual Programming, Agency for the Performing Arts

"I’ve turned to Jonathan Reichman on numerous occasions for guidance on complicated intellectual property law issues of concern to my entertainment industry clientele.  Many of these questions (and more) are masterfully addressed in the Essential Guide to Entertainment Law: Intellectual Property."

Michael Sinder
New York Theater Attorney, former Director of Business affairs for Frankel Green Theatrical Management, and Wm. Morris agent.

“Ken Basin has given us a great primer in the nuts and bolts of the rapidly evolving television business -- told with insight, brevity, and wit.  Basin's experience on both sides of the buyer/seller equation really shows through, and makes this book a valuable tool for anyone who wants to understand the business side of the shows we love to watch.”

Dan Scharf
Amazon Studios, Head of Business Affairs

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Jay Shanker
Editor; Author
Kirk Schroder
Editor; Author
Paul Supnik
Intellectual Property
Johnathan Reichman
Intellectual Property
Ken Basin
Television
Andrew Boortz
Video Games & Interactive Media
Todd & Jeff Brabec
Music Publishing
Brad Cohen
Entertainment Taxation
Hailey Ferber
Theater
Stephen Monas
Motion Pictures
Shane Nix
Entertainment Taxation
Henry Root
Music Industry
Gail Ross
Literary Publishing
Greg Snodgrass
Motion Pictures
Victoria Traube
Theater
Robert J. Williams
Motion Pictures
Justin B. Wineburgh
Television