Amy Nickin is partner to our Entertainment Group, representing actors, writers, directors, comics, on-air personalities and television production companies in all business and legal aspects of their film, television and theatrical careers and businesses.
A leading advisor to high-profile talent, Ms. Nickin was included in Variety’s 2014 "Legal Impact Report" and Variety’'s 2010 "Dealmaker’s Impact Report". She was also recently recognized in Super Lawyers magazine as a New York-area "Super Lawyer" in the field of entertainment and sports.
Amy is admitted to practice law in both California and New York.
awards & recognition
New York-area Super Lawyer in entertainment and sports
Upcoming Speaking Engagements
Past Speaking Engagements
news & press
Broadcasting & Cable’s Dealmakers Special Report
Variety Legal Impact Report
James Wolk To Co-Star In David E. Kelley CBS Comedy Pilot
Nine Frankfurt Kurnit Women Honored As “Super Lawyers”
Nine Frankfurt Kurnit women appeared in The New York Times Magazine’s women "Super Lawyers" list for 2012. The list appeared on December 30th in a special section devoted to women attorneys in the New York metropolitan area.
Eighteen Frankfurt Kurnit Attorneys Named 2011 New York-Area “Super Lawyers”
Super Lawyers named eighteen Frankfurt Kurnit attorneys in its 2011 edition.
Gender Balance in Entertainment Law
Amy Nickin in The Hollywood Reporter
The Hollywood Reporter reported that Warner Bros. recently picked up "The Architect," a thriller written by Amy Nickin's client, Jason Smilovic.
Variety’s Dealmakers Impact Report 2010
Bradley Whitford Returns to “Duty”
Amy Nickin Promoted to Partner
Crain in its "Executive Moves" column, Variety in its "Executive Shuffle" column, and The New York Law Journal in its "News in Brief" column all mentioned Amy Nickin's promotion to Partner in Frankfurt Kurnit's Entertainment Group.
Jason Smilovic’s Seven-Figure NBC Deal
The Hollywood Reporter recognized Amy Nickin as the attorney who closed a seven-figure deal for Jason Smilovic with NBC Universal Television Studio in its "Industry Dealflow" column of the May 29 - June 11, 2007 edition.
The Hollywood Reporter listed Amy Nickin as counsel to John Goodman in the column "Industry Dealflow".