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January 5, 2022 15 min

In this deep dive, Shay shares a quick rundown of contracts: trademarks, copyrights, patents, the value of being specific in contracts, how to protect yourself from endorsement agreements from large brands, and adding morality clauses to contracts.

Shay Lawson is the go-to for entertainers, entrepreneurs, and influencers looking to legally protect their passion and profits.

She has been named Billboard Magazine's 2021 Top Music Lawyers list and a Super Lawyers 2020 Rising Star Honoree. Shay was recognized in the top 2.5% of intellectual property attorneys practicing in the state of Georgia. In addition, She is the managing attorney at the Law Firm of Lawson McKinley where she has negotiated millions in client deals in connection with brands such as Nike, BravoTV, ABC, Discovery Channel, iHeartMedia, and Microsoft.

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