Royal Oak’s Folktellers to Work With New York’s Loeb and Loeb Law Firm

Folktellers in Royal Oak today announced its agreement with New York law firm Loeb and Loeb to assist in the growth and development of its intellectual properties, including Excerpts from an Unknown Guidebook Series.
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Folktellers in Royal Oak, which created “Excerpts from an Unknown Guidebook Series,” will work with New York law firm Loeb and Loeb. // Image courtesy of Folktellers

Folktellers in Royal Oak today announced its agreement with New York law firm Loeb and Loeb to assist in the growth and development of its intellectual properties, including Excerpts from an Unknown Guidebook Series.

Loeb and Loeb will advise the expansion of Folktellers’ transmedia properties. Support will include negotiation and documentation of licensing agreements, and continued counsel on collaborations and partnerships across the entertainment industry.

John T. Frankenheimer of Loeb and Loeb has expertise in the entertainment and media industries with an emphasis on institutional and talent clients, including advising on acquisitions, sale and restructuring of companies, financing, valuation, securitization, and due diligence.

Michael Helfant, also of Loeb and Loeb, represents clients in film and television development, production, financing, and distribution. He has more than 30 years of experience as a senior executive in the entertainment industry and was president and COO of Marvel Studios, COO of Beacon Pictures, senior executive vice president of Dimension Films, and executive vice president and head of business operations for Interscope Communications. He later formed his own production company, Amasia Entertainment.

“We have everything in place to bring our storytelling universe to the rest of the world,” says Stephen Sadler, a partner at Folktellers. “2019 is ramping up to be an incredible year for Folktellers.”

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