As millions of Americans have turned to television and movies for diversion and comfort amid the coronavirus pandemic and resulting business shutdowns, the companies that create that content are left scratching their heads about how to resume business safely when they are allowed. Davis Wright Tremaine has launched a new group in hopes of providing the answers.

The West Coast-based Am Law 100 firm has put together an interdisciplinary team whose express purpose is to facilitate the reopening of the Hollywood entertainment industry, one of several such law firm advisory groups spawned in the era of the novel coronavirus pandemic.

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