Entertainment Attorney Hillary Bibicoff, who has represented clients such as James Cameron, Alfonso Cuaron, Mike Nichols, Robert Towne, “How I Met Your Mother” and “Mom” producer-director Pam Fryman, and “The Power of the Dog” producer Tanya Seghatchian, has joined the Beverly Hills firm Pierce Law Group.
After more than a decade at the boutique law firm Holmes Weinberg, she transfers there. Prior to that, she spent a decade as a partner at Greenberg Glusker, after managing business and legal matters at LIVE Home Video and then Rysher Entertainment.
Bibicoff is an expert in talent acquisition. She also manages production legal for live events, such as the last two Democratic National Conventions, the most recent Presidential Inaugural Events, and seven pre-game and halftime performances for the Super Bowl.
Bibicoff currently serves on the Board of Governors of the Television Academy and the Advisory Board of the UCLA Entertainment Symposium.
Aditya Ezhuthachan, managing partner at Pierce, exclaimed, “We are thrilled to have a lawyer of such renown join our team.” “Hillary is an extraordinary entertainment attorney with a wealth of experience in the industry, which will enhance our practice. We look forward to Hillary serving as ‘Of Counsel’ to our firm and allowing us and our clients to benefit from her breadth of industry knowledge and connections.”
David Albert Pierce founded Pierce Law Group, a boutique law firm that serves the creative community, emerging startups, and high-net-worth individuals. Film financing, production counsel, talent agreements, and crisis management on film and television sets are among their specialties.
Additionally, the firm manages child labor issues in the entertainment industry and transactional law with an emphasis on counseling for the avoidance of litigation. The Comedy Store and other members of the entertainment community have been patrons of the firm.