Our Work In Entertainment Law And Production

At The Law Office of Bryce D. Neier, PLLC, we have helped clients across North Carolina in a wide range of legal matters. Our legal experience, however, is built on real-world experience and business acumen.

Our clients value the depth of understanding we have in the entertainment industry — an understanding that has grown out of our personal experience in music, movie and television production, and licensing.

Firsthand Experience In Movie And Television Production

Through his law firm and/or production company, Denman Bloodworth Productions, LLC, attorney Bryce D. Neier is involved in the production of both Christian faith-based films and other productions, including:

  1. "Adrenaline": Mr. Neier is currently involved in discussions and negotiations for a distribution deal with a major company for distribution of Adrenaline. Filmed in North Carolina, this film stars John Schneider (The Dukes of Hazzard, Smallville, Doonby), Michael Rosander, Charlene Amoia (How I Met Your Mother), Gregory Alan Williams (Million Dollar Arm, In The Line of Fire) and a host of other notable cast members. Mr. Neier is involved as both a Co-Executive Producer (not associated with Denman Bloodworth Productions, LLC) and a legal counsel for this film. See www.adrenalinethemovie.com.
  2. "Bragg N East": This short film, shown at Cannes film festival and filmed in Raleigh, North Carolina, is inspired by true events. Mr. Neier is currently working with producer/actor Robert Wagner and others to produce a made-for-TV movie and is in discussions for developing a television series based on this production. Mr. Neier is involved both in production and as legal counsel. See www.braggneast.com.
  3. "A Matter of Faith": This film has been released to select theaters and is being further released across the United States. Mr. Neier is a sponsor locally of this great film, which confronts one of the main culture war issues of our day. It stars Harry Anderson (former Night Court comedy TV series) and other notable cast members, and is produced by Rich Christiano. See www.AMatterofFaithmovie.com.
  4. Gospel and country music star Trae Edwards: A super talent, Nashville-based Trae Edwards, is a force to be reckoned with in the music industry, with such hits as "I Believed," "Killing Myself to Stay Alive" and a host of other great hits. Mr. Neier is working with Trae in many aspects from production and marketing to new talent development. He is also providing legal services and representation for Trae's entertainment law concerns. See www.traeedwards.com.

Denman Bloodworth Productions, LLC, is also in the midst of developing a mini-series that begins when a young American officer and his until liberate a major concentration camp in April of 1945. This mini-series will depict two major power political families, one Christian and living in the United States, and the other a Jewish family living in what is now present day Israel.

Throughout the movie you see a relationship forged from the ashes of war between the young American officer and the Jewish concentration camp inmate he liberates and befriends.

Legal Representation From An Attorney Who Understands Your Goals

Our firm's entertainment law representation stands apart because of attorney Bryce D. Neier's personal experience in the entertainment industry. He understands where his clients are coming from because he has been there before — he knows how to keep projects on schedule while ensuring every opportunity or limitation is addressed through informed legal representation.

Contact our office in Fayetteville, North Carolina, to discuss your entertainment law concerns with an experienced lawyer. We can be reached online or by telephone at 800-332-2807.