Larisa Elizondo counsels clients, and drafts and negotiates contracts in support of a variety of advertising and marketing matters including influencer, talent, and artist agreements; marketing agency agreements and attendant statements of work; structuring and documenting sponsorships and collateral agreements for sponsorships and events; licensing and software (such as SaaS) agreements; , website terms and conditions; structuring and documenting rating and review programs; and rights of publicity.
Ms. Elizondo created her former firm’s entertainment law practice in 2012. While there, her practice focused on advising and representing talent including actors, dancers, writers, and choreographers in negotiation of performance contracts, sponsorship agreements, social media best practices, and intellectual property clearances. Ms. Elizondo began her legal career at the City of Chicago’s Corporation Counsel’s office where she litigated on behalf of the City primarily in the areas of commercial and constitutional litigation. During her time with the Corporation Counsel’s Office, Ms. Elizondo was the recipient of the CAPS Problem Solving Award for her work eliminating a long-term criminal enterprise.
While in law school, Ms. Elizondo completed an International and Comparative Law certificate program and spent a semester studying in Barcelona, Spain.