Nancy C. Prager
The Lawyer You Know, If You Know. -sm
Nancy C. Prager provides corporate and intellectual property legal services to a wide range of clients in technology, business and entertainment. She focuses on all aspects of a business or project’s lifecycle, from idea through execution to exit. Her breadth of experience allows her to address regulatory issues, from privacy to financing, her clients face as well.
Nancy serves as a trusted advisor to her clients providing strategic advice to help them meet their goals and objectives. She provides value added legal services to allow her clients to maximize the value and opportunities they have. She is able to advise clients through the evolving standards and seek opportunities in non-traditional outlets.
As a result of her entrepreneurial experience Nancy is able to examine and analyze deals through a long-term lens to anticipate what the lifecycle looks like. She expects the best for her clients from third parties, and her services to them. Significantly, her entrepreneurial spirit transcends the traditional lawyer/client relationship and her representation is far more collaborative.
Nancy is a sought-after speaker and writer on topics ranging from the legal issues related to production to emerging issues resulting from the overlap of technology and copyright. Nancy has been quoted by the New York Times and Law360 on matters related to intellectual property and entertainment. She has spoken at conferences around the country including SXSW and the North American Sports and Entertainment Law Summit. Additionally, she has written for national and regional publications like cnet.com and the Atlanta Business Chronicle.
Last, but not least, Nancy is an active volunteer in the community she has chosen, Atlanta. For example, she serves as an advisor to Film Impact Georgia which is building a foundation for independent film in Georgia and to Women in Film and Television Atlanta. Additionally, she is active in organizations addressing voting rights, criminal justice reform, and housing insecurity.