On this episode, we explore the importance of understanding a creative brand is a business and the need to treat it as one. Entertainment lawyer Yemisi Falaye talks to us about some repercussions which occur with creative personalities such as singers, actors and so on who do not protect their brand and work.
Yemisi Falaye works with the prestigious law firm of Adepetun Caxton-Martins Agbor & Segun and heads the Entertainment Law Group of the firm. ‘Yemisi has over the years garnered in-depth experience in providing premium legal advice and representation to individuals and organizations in the entertainment industries in Nigeria, which include film, music, theatre, art, television, radio, publishing and digital media.
Asides entertainment law, ‘Yemisi also has a wide-range experience in Intellectual Property, Immigration and Company Secretarial matters in Nigeria. She focuses on the prosecution of trademark, patent, copyright and design on behalf of clients. She manages the immigration status of several expatriates in Nigeria and is involved in general corporate and commercial matters in the firm.