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

Daniel Sheerin

Daniel Sheerin is a transactional entertainment lawyer in the firm’s Los Angeles office. Daniel’s practice centers on literary and intellectual property deals, often with sophisticated rights components and innovative elements, including transactions among industry leaders in film, television, book publishing, digital media, music, live events, and immersive media. He drafts and negotiates agreements for rights acquisitions,

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

Douglas P. Jacobs

With over 40 years of experience as a negotiator and litigator, beginning in private practice, then with the Securities and Exchange Commission, for the last 35 years, Doug Jacobs has specialized in media and entertainment law and litigation.  Prior to joining CDAS, Doug served as Executive Vice President and General Counsel of A&E Networks, where, as a member

Robert J. Epstein

Robert Epstein represents a diverse clientele in the entertainment field. Clients include recording artists, songwriters, performers and producers, as well as corporate entities such as media companies and music publishers. Bob has lectured at New York University, University of Southern California and the School of Visual Arts in New York City.

Andrea F. Cannistraci

Andrea F. Cannistraci is a transactional attorney with many years of experience in the motion picture, television and digital media industries. She has provided counsel to cutting-edge feature and documentary filmmakers, award-winning producers, major studios, leading cable networks, independent production companies, “new media” and web-based businesses as well as various not-for-profit organizations. Andrea has expertise in

Susan H. Bodine

Susan Bodine represents a diverse clientele in the motion picture, television, and digital media industries. Her clients include major and specialty motion picture studios, cable television networks, media lenders, private equity financiers, as well as production and distribution companies, and individual directors, writers, and producers. Sue provides clients with counsel in all phases of development, finance,

Frederick P. Bimbler

Frederick P. Bimbler is a partner and Co-Chair of CDAS’s Entertainment group and Co-Head of the firm’s Beverly Hills office. A transactional entertainment lawyer, Mr. Bimbler represents celebrities, producers, writers, directors and financiers in all entertainment arenas – traditional television and streaming entertainment, motion picture, live stage theatre, digital media and e-commerce. He also provides

Pooneh Aminian

Pooneh Aminian is a transactional attorney in the firm’s Entertainment practice group. She counsels clients on entertainment and media law matters, and has considerable experience negotiating deals and drafting agreements for talent and companies in the television (scripted and unscripted), film, digital media, and video game industries. Pooneh works with studios, production companies, and joint