Invicta serves creative organizations and people.

A hunch is creativity trying to tell you something.

Frank Capra


Experience

Invicta attorneys have worked with organizations large and small. We’ve provided legal counsel to businesses and non-profits ranging from growing regional startups such as Votivo, Ltd, a Seattle-based candle manufacturer to large multi-national corporations such as Coca-Cola, AT&T and Raleigh Bicycles.

Regardless of a client’s size, one thing remains the same – the level of service provided. A few of the projects include:

  • Advised Front Porch Classics on a product tie-in with 20th Century Fox for the motion picture release of Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World.
  • Negotiated an international licensing agreement on the behalf of Illustration Works, Inc. with Getty Images, Inc.
  • Advised EKE Pictures in producing “A Relative Thing” and “The Spy and the Sparrow.”
  • Represented the purchaser for the rights for the motion picture “Educating Rita.”
  • Advised Baffle Gab LLC, with respect to a variety of legal matters relating to board game “Baffle Gab.”
  • Advised US Bank on lender issues.
  • Advised Mintz Sales and Marketing, Inc., with respect to its acquisition and sale of Witz Sports Cases.
  • Counseled Raleigh Bicycles (Australia) in their sale of assets and business to Pacific Dunlop.
  • Advised Coca-Cola with respect to their employment matters in the United Kingdom and North Africa.
  • Advised VOTIVO, Ltd., regarding its acquisition of Rocky Bay Candles.
  • Assisted SeaWin, LLC regarding the formation and financing of 08 Seafood Grill and Twisted Cork Wine Bar in Bellevue.
  • Represented the buyer in purchase of Classic Nursery and Landscape Company.
  • Represented Nestspa, Inc. with respect to the sale of its spa business to Standard Hotels.
  • Provided ongoing legal counsel to the producers for the motion picture “The Spy and the Sparrow.”
  • Advised Elise Vincentini and Downtown Dog Lounge regarding the production of the television series “Adventures in Doggie Daycare” on Women’s Entertainment Network.
  • Provided ongoing legal counsel to the producers for the television series “Martial Arts Explorer.”
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