“Missing in Brooks County” Scores Nomination for “Best Political Documentary” at 2021 Critics Choice Doc Awards

RPJ is thrilled to congratulate our team and client Engel Entertainment on well-deserved recognition for Missing in Brooks County and its powerful depiction of the human toll of the crisis at the U.S.-Mexico border, just nominated for “Best Political Documentary” at the 2021 Critics Choice Doc Awards.  This empathetic and...

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Nicole Page and Liz Stork Share Need-to-Knows for Prod Cos About Furloughs and Layoffs in Realscreen

Because many production companies have seen their workflow either stopped or delayed since the onslaught of COVID-19, they are having to navigate temporary furloughs and permanent layoffs. To assist companies in making these difficult decisions, RPJ attorneys Nicole Page and Elizabeth Stork discuss what they need to know in an...

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Nicole Page Quoted in Realscreen Mag Discussing User-Generated Content

In the latest issue of Realscreen Magazine, RPJ Partner Nicole Page was interviewed on the proliferation of user-generated content (UGC) in documentary film and television today, and more specifically, the issues around its use and licensing. In the article, “When UGC Becomes ‘WTF?’,” Daniele Alcinii details recent copyright litigation arising out...

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