At the dealmaking intersection of where content makers meet buyers, financiers and distributors, Elsa Ramo is often at the forefront of first-time deals with emerging and established streamers, guiding her clients into innovative terms that optimize their reach and prevalence in today’s flattened marketplace. Ramo works with established content-creating powerhouses such as Imagine Entertainment, Kevin Hart’s Laugh Out Loud and Hartbeat Productions, Hello Sunshine, Skydance, Boardwalk Pictures and Scout Productions. She also represents independent prolific producers such as Yale Entertainment (recently completing Katie Holmes’ directed “Rare Objects” and Mayim Bialik’s “As They Made Us”) and Unified’s Keith Kjarval, as well as talent such as choreographer JaQuel Knight, producer Anne Clements, and female directors Amber Sealey and Vera Miao.
In addition to directly overseeing high level clients, Elsa Ramo founded and handles the management of her boutique firm which grew from a solo practice in 2005 to over 18 attorneys in New York and Los Angeles that currently consists of female partners (Michelle Chang and Erika Canchola) and a diverse group of attorneys. Elsa was recently recognized among Daily Journal’s Top 100 Women Lawyers, Los Angeles Business Journal’s 2022 Women of Influence, and Variety’s 2022 Dealmakers Impact Report and Legal Impact Report; she was nominated for the LA Times B2B Inspirational Women Awards; and her Firm was featured among Los Angeles Business Journal’s Most Admired Law Firms.