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Angelika Heim

Partner,
Stohn Hay Cafazzo Dembroski Richmond LLP
Toronto, ON, Canada
Angelika Heim, Lawyer, Partner
Stohn Hay Cafazzo Dembroski Richmond LLP angelika@stohnhay.com www.stohnhay.com

Angelika represents clients in the media, digital and entertainment industries. She has practised exclusively in entertainment law for 10 years.

She works closely with clients in the creative sphere, advising on transactional matters, business strategies and disputes that relate to film, television, branded content, talent agreements, book publishing, music recording and publishing, digital channels and intellectual property protection.

Angelika’s music clients include emerging artists to Juno and Grammy award-winning recording artists. She negotiates and counsels clients on recording, publishing, sponsorship, endorsement, and merchandising agreements and advises on how to protect and exploit their intellectual property rights with a focus on the evolving technological climate. She also works with independent labels and publishers on engaging talent and organizing the production, licensing and sale of their intellectual property rights.

Her film and television clients rely on her to shepherd a production from development to post- production, including securing intellectual property rights, negotiating distribution and broadcast agreements, engaging talent, errors and omissions review, and navigating the funding agencies, financing models and tax credit opportunities in Canada and with international partners.

Angelika’s early roots are in the creative industries. Before becoming a lawyer, she worked in the theatre, television, news, film and magazine publishing industries as an actor, producer, director, writer and editor.
She is a guest lecturer at universities and colleges across Ontario, as well as a frequent speaker and panellist at national industry events. She is Past Chair of the Ontario Bar Association’s Entertainment, Media and Communications section.