Intellectual property is the primary product of entertainment industry. The entertainment contracts almost always concern the ownership and use of intellectual property governed by the copyrights, trademarks and right of publicity laws.
The products of entertainment industry comprising of songs, plays, films, and works of fine art, books, and even some choreographed works are copyrightable. Simultaneously, entertainment company names, band names, performers’ pseudonyms, or performers’ legal names itself, can be protected by U.S. Trademark laws.