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Dentons launches Global LGBT+ Network group
Dentons, the global law firm, today announced the launch of the Dentons Global LGBT+ Network, a firmwide group dedicated to connecting lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans, nonbinary, queer and questioning colleagues, as well as their allies.
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Dentons Rodyk wins two awards at the Asian Legal Business (ALB) Southeast Asia Law Awards 2017
Dentons Rodyk won award in two categories at the Asian Legal Business (ALB) Southeast Asia Law Awards 2017.
Dentons partner appointed to legal panel of Brexit-focused Red Tape Initiative
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Dentons lawyer recognised as one of the top 10 LGBT+ Corporate Rising Stars at the British LGBT Awards 2017
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The animation and visual effects industries have grown at a tremendous pace over the last several years. Each major new production tries to create effects that no one has used before. Dentons represents many of the best known animation studios, which we advise in connection with product creation using talent located in multiple jurisdictions.
Dentons has also helped clients pursue unique animation projects, where our role included negotiating rights with sports organizations in the United States and Europe, as well as agreements with international celebrities. Call upon us to guide you concerning the production, co-production, distribution and merchandising of your animation productions.
The growth of the visual effects business has been particularly swift. Proper structuring allows the production company and visual effects studio to maximize the tax credits that are available in an increasing number of jurisdictions. We have advised production companies and many of the best known visual effects studios on visual effects agreements used for some of the most expensive films ever produced.
Animation and visual effects work can be done anywhere in the world where there is a deep pool of talent. Many of the leading studios are establishing themselves in Europe, China, India and Canada, as well as in California. At the set-up stage of a studio's new location, Dentons can provide you with advice on tax planning (including tax credits), immigration laws, labor relations and contracts, leasing and construction, settling key production agreements, incorporation and organization of the company operating the studio, and all necessary regulatory notifications as well.
British Columbia Finance Minister Michael de Jong released a statement this morning regarding proposed changes to BC’s film, television and digital media tax credit programs. Subject to approval of the British Columbia legislature, the following changes were announced: 1) The Basic Production Services tax credit (PSTC) rate will be decreased to 28% (from 33%) of eligible British Columbia labour expenditures; 2) The Digital Animation or Visual Effects (DAVE) tax credit rate will be reduced to 16% (from 17.5%) of eligible British Columbia labour expenditures directly attributable to digital animation or visual effects activities.
This guide is a comprehensive overview of the most popular film, television, visual effects and digital media incentive programs available across the country. It covers federal, provincial and private programs, providing useful information about Canadian content production requirements, production services incentives, international treaty co-productions and CRTC co-ventures.
At a pivotal growth point for the creative economy in BC, Creative BC—the non-profit society responsible for promoting the development of creative industries in British Columbia and administering the film and video tax credits—has announced changes and new additions to its Board of Directors. Among them was the appointment of long-time Board member and Dentons Partner Gordon Esau as the new Chair of the Board.
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