Eugene Radcliff, a long-‐time litigator, is a principal of Rock Media Concepts, LLC and founder of The Radcliff Law Firm, with a full service practice principally centered on Business Law, General Litigation and Entertainment Law. He has represented many industry renown clients in both transactional and litigation matters, including the largest distributor of film and television content in the world, eOne Entertainment (“Green Book”, “Selma”, “Hunger Games”, the “Twilight” Series, The “Divergent” Series, “12 Years A Slave”, “The Walking Dead”, “The Theory of Everything”, “Growing Up Hip Hop”, etc.) , multiple Grammy Award winning labels such as Cash Money Records, and artists such as Wynton Marsalis and Adele; producers of multi-‐platinum hits for artists such as L’il Wayne, 2Chainz, Charlie Wilson, Babyface, Eric Benet, Calvin Richardson, George Benson, Little Richard and many others, and for the estates of icons such as Sam Cooke, Sam & Dave, The Five Blind Boys of Alabama, Sonny & Cher, rock and roll pioneer Bumps Blackwell, along with members of legendary soul funk groups, War and The Meters; He has represented Hip Hop originators Master P (“I Got The Hook Up 2”), Russell Simmons’ Hip Hop Summit, Jermaine DuPree, Damon Dash and P. Diddy on music projects. Mr. Radcliff has been engaged by studio executives and actors from Academy Award winning films such as Jenn Gotzen -‐ “Frost Nixon”, and other A-‐Listers, such as Mike Epps, Director Leslie Smalls (projects include: Kevin Hart, Steve Harvey, Cedric The Entertainer and others) and Producer Monty Ross (“Do The Right Thing”, “Malcolm X”, “Jungle Fever”, “School Daze”, “She’s Gotta Have It”, etc,)
As an industry exec himself, Mr. Radcliff served as Producer, Executive and General Counsel for independent film studios. (See “IMDB”.) He has represented international finance and motion picture investment specialists and production companies, film producers and crew members from productions such as “The Rookie”, “Designated Survivor”, “Ex On The Beach”, “Sharp Objects”, “Bring It On”, “Mary Mary”, “Streets of Compton”; stage performers (“The Color Purple”, Cher, Celine Dion) and an array of screenwriters, song writers, managers, playwrights, actors, movie and music producers, directors, authors, journalists, TV & radio personalities, and many, many more. He has also handled the production and licensing of novels, books, television programs, games, ringtones, karaoke and online content and more. In sports, Mr. Radcliff has represented clients from the NFL, NCAA, NBA, MLB, NHL and the Olympics. He teaches business law courses, has conducted numerous seminars and written articles on industry-‐related matters and also proudly participated in the drafting of Louisiana’s first Music and Movie tax credit acts.