3 results for author: Nate Lichtenberger


Client Profile: Tradecraft

Meet our client, Lyndsay Siegel, founder of Los Angeles home renovation company Tradecraft. If you pass through LA's neighborhoods you may see her hard at work on a new property. We wanted to hear from Lyndsay what it takes to build a business and why she chose to register a trademark. Why did you leave your marketing career in New York to pursue home renovation in California? After a successful career in entertainment marketing in New York for 8 years, I left to pursue a life-long passion in home design. This was back in 2008 when everyone was reinventing themselves. I moved to Los Angeles to plant a flag in the sun and the trees. When I got here ...

Client Profile: BEMO

This August we would like to feature local Silver Lake creative boutique BEMO as our client of the month. BEMO specializes in VFX, animation, and live action film for clients including major brands in the tech and entertainment industries. Their design-driven approach allows them to go beyond the traditional roles of a VFX company and create some incredible content. Recently, their work was nominated for a VMA for their involvement with A Tribe Called Quest's Dis Generation music video. We chatted with Bradon Hirzel, BEMO's executive producer, to see what separates them from the field and how using the Creators' Legal Program has helped their busine...

Client Profile: The Gaslamp Killer

This month we would like to feature our client The Gaslamp Killer. We have registered multiple trademarks for "GLK" and formed his business entities. With our help, The Gaslamp Killer now has the legal infrastructure in place to protect his brand and business. We gave William aka The Gaslamp Killer a call to get his thoughts on why he hired a lawyer and his advice for budding creative businesses. How has having a lawyer helped your business? I am a musician who profits from my creative output. The fear of paperwork is real and you can easily feel overwhelmed from it. My legal matters kept me away from the things I needed to do creatively. ...