C. Chase Turner

Chase Turner is a transactional attorney in the firm’s entertainment practice group. He has experience working with a broad array of entertainment matters, and counseling clients on development, production, and financing matters in film, television and digital media industries. Prior to joining the firm, Chase was an associate at Ramo Law PC, where he served

Ariana Sarfarazi

Ariana is a transactional attorney in the firm’s Entertainment Group in New York. A highly versatile attorney with a diverse skillset, Ariana handles a wide range of entertainment transactions, with focus on rights acquisition, development, and production in the theater, television, film, music, and publishing industries. In addition to entertainment, Ariana has experience advising clients

Daniel Sheerin

Daniel Sheerin is a transactional entertainment attorney in the firm’s Beverly Hills office. Daniel’s practice centers on the development, production and distribution of television and film in all of their evolving forms. He drafts and negotiates agreements for rights acquisitions, talent (writers, directors, producers, showrunners), production services and distribution, counseling clients on transactions with Netflix,

Scott W. Resnick

Scott W. Resnick is a transactional attorney in the firm’s Digital Media & Technology group, representing a variety of clients in the digital media, emerging technology, advertising, and podcasting industries. Scott works hand-in-hand with clients to negotiate and draft advertising and marketing services agreements, sponsorship and promotion agreements, branded entertainment agreements, podcast distribution and production

Katherine Wilcox

Katherine Wilcox is a transactional attorney in CDAS’s Entertainment Group. Katherine is based at the firm’s New York office, where she counsels clients on entertainment law, intellectual property, and corporate formation matters, primarily in the television, film, digital media, music, and literary publishing sectors. Katherine has experience in a broad range of matters including rights

Caitlin S. DiMotta

Caitlin S. DiMotta began her career as an entertainment and business lawyer in 2006. She passionately represents the interests of artists, writers, personalities and creators. She has worked with clients on matters including the acquisition and licensing of media properties; option, development, and publishing agreements in the television, literary, comic book/graphic novel and motion picture

Sarah C. Odenkirk

Sarah Conley Odenkirk is a partner at Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard, LLP, where she co-heads the Art Law practice group.  She is based in the firm’s Beverly Hills office where she has a core practice in fine art and emerging technologies, and advises clients on matters pertaining to navigating the art market, business transactions, intellectual

Amy Stein

Amy Stein is a transactional attorney in the firm’s Entertainment practice group. Amy focuses on transactions in the film, television, podcast and digital media industries, including, rights acquisition and licensing, development, production loans and equity financing, production, sales and distribution agreements. Amy represents studios, networks, financiers, production companies, executives, producers, actors, writers, heads of departments and

J. Stephen Sheppard

Stephen Sheppard is a Founding Partner of Cowan, DeBaets, Abrahams & Sheppard LLP, and is a leading transactional attorney with over fifty years of experience representing a broad range of individuals and companies in the publishing, digital, motion picture, television and other entertainment industries. His clients include award-winning film directors, leading journalists, network news and documentary film

Simon N. Pulman

Simon N. Pulman is a partner and Co-Chair of CDAS’s Entertainment group. As a transactional attorney, Simon primarily counsels clients in entertainment and media law matters, focusing on television, podcasting, film and interactive entertainment transactions. Simon also acts as outside business affairs for a number of high level studios, networks, production companies and rightsholders, negotiating