Jamice A. Oxley is a member of Pryor Cashman’s Intellectual Property, Media + Entertainment and Digital Media Groups where she provides strategic counsel to artists, entertainers, production companies, music publishers, new media companies, and film and television studios, among many others.
Jamice’s clients rely on her shrewd drafting and negotiating to maximize and safeguard the value of their intellectual property. She leverages her extensive experience handling copyright and trademark registrations, drafting talent and licensing agreements, structuring film financings, and negotiating content acquisition, development, production, and distribution agreements to optimize the strength and visibility of their brands and works.
Having served in-house at talent agencies and film and television studios, Jamice has a keen understanding of the issues that matter most to her business and entertainment clients, and is sought after for her pragmatic approach to resolving them. She also advises start-ups and entrepreneurs on entity formation, protecting and exploiting their emerging intellectual property rights and other complex transactional matters.
Jamice enjoys being an active member of the legal and academic communities. In addition to being a member of the Beverly Hills and Langston Bar Associations, she serves as Chair of the Executive Committee of the Los Angeles County Bar Association’s Entertainment and Intellectual Property Law Section. She also sits on the Advisory Committee of Ignite, an organization which promotes gender parity in political participation and representation.
Additionally, Jamice remains heavily involved with her alma maters, acting as an Alumni Interviewer for Yale University and a member of the Board of Trustees’ Development Committee of the Marlborough School in Los Angeles.
While a student at Loyola Law School in Los Angeles, Jamice worked for the LA County Public Defender’s Office and was an extern at the Directors Guild of America.