Nadia is an experienced attorney whose practice bridges entertainment, new media, corporate and business law. Nadia works with a wide range of clients including digital media companies, new business start-ups, production companies, movie studios, television networks, investors, and “talent” representation. Among her many areas of expertise, Nadia has an extensive record of accomplishment in the areas of entity formation, corporate maintenance, content acquisition, production, distribution (domestic and international), finance, internet and new media issues ranging from capital structuring to intellectual property protection.
Ms. Davari restructured international content licensing deals for MAVTV cable network and guided The Channel Factory and Planet Street through the process of establishing new media entities. At Taurus Entertainment and Dream Factory she managed all aspects of “production legal.” At Gigapix Studios, Ms. Davari negotiated and drafted scripted and unscripted television production, animation series, documentary and feature film, acquisition and financing agreements. Also, while at Gigapix Studios, she helped management launch Gigapix Releasing and negotiated domestic and international distribution agreements with content providers and sub-distributors.
Ms. Davari has represented a number of companies including WR Films Entertainment, Je’Caryous Johnson Entertainment, Konwiser Brothers, Entertainment Treasures, Film Roman, and Starz Entertainment. In the past, Ms. Davari practiced law as an associate with the law firms Rosen and Anderson and later Barnes Morris. Nadia graduated from UCLA with a B.S. in molecular, cell and developmental biology and attended USC Law School where she participated in the Hale Moot Court Honors program. Ms. Davari is also a regular guest lecturer at The University of Southern California School of Cinematic Arts.
Ms. Davari is a member of Beverly Hills and Los Angeles County Bar Associations and is also involved in the following organizations:
- USC Alumni Association
- Artist for Human Rights
- Women in Film
- California Capital Summit