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Survivor – thirty-four cycles of the Emmy Award winning tv series.
Chop Shop – Juliette Youngblood negotiated a groundbreaking deal with Machinima to bring an original internet action series to the screen, leveraging brand media investments through OMD's Content Collective.
Viacom's $2.5 billion acquisition of DreamWorks.
Nickelodeon's acquisition of The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles franchise and the August 2014 theatrical motion picture produced by Michael Bay.
Lara Croft: Tomb Raider – worked on the contracts for the film directed by Simon West.
The Apprentice – multiple cycles of the tv series hosted by Donald Trump.
Mission: Impossible – worked on agreements for the film; orchestrated first digital partnership between a studio and major high-tech firm to promote a specific movie when Apple Computer and Paramount teamed up for an innovative $15 million cross-promotional blitz of the first MI movie. She structured Apple's and BMW's ambitious tie-in campaigns for MI and a first of its kind accompanying webisode series on the Internet. Ms. Youngblood's revolutionary deals became the template for many subsequent blockbuster films.
Ms. Youngblood structures digital deals with global Internet companies such as Yahoo!, Youku and iQiyi.
Juliette Youngblood named 2010 Entertainment Lawyer of the Year by the Century City Bar Association.
Ms. Youngblood recognized as a top US attorney by Southern California Super Lawyers; Southern California’s Best Lawyers; Who's Who in American Law, Best Lawyers in America; LawDragon 500; The Legal 500.
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President, Youngblood Group PC
Juliette Youngblood’s career has encompassed an impressive cross-section of Hollywood’s award-winning studios, networks and production companies, including Paramount Pictures, CBS Corporation and Mark Burnett Productions.
Martindale Hubbell has selected Juliette Youngblood for the 2014 Bar Register of Preeminent Lawyers, which is exclusive to lawyers who have achieved the highest possible rating in both Legal Ability and Ethical Standards. Less than 5% of women lawyers have been recognized with the AV Preeminent Rating, putting Ms. Youngblood among the elite women in the legal industry.
Ranked as a top media and entertainment transactional lawyer by Chambers and Partners.
Received Distinguished Alumni Awards from Loyola Law School and Fitchburg State University.
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The Paley Center's Media Council (invitation-only membership community of high-level industry executives)
Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (voting member)
USC-BHBA Institute on Entertainment Law – on the Planning Committee chaired by renowned attorney, Bruce Ramer, for the past nine years – Ms. Youngblood moderated the 2012 Institute's panel, Hitting a Home Run: From YouTube to Riches
Los Angeles Copyright Society (also former Board member)
Women in Film
Juliette Youngblood received her JD, cum laude, from Loyola Law School, her MA from the University of Virginia, and her BS and BA, summa cum laude, from Fitchburg State University.
CENTURY CITY BAR ASSOCATION NAMES JULIETTE YOUNGBLOOD OF YOUNGBLOOD GROUP PC ITS 2010 ENTERTAINMENT ATTORNEY OF THE YEAR
Century City, CA - On March 4, 2010, about 350 people filled the Los Angeles Ballroom of the Hyatt Regency Century Plaza for the Century City Bar Association's 42nd Annual Installation Banquet and Awards Ceremony, the CCBA's most prestigious, flagship event. This year's honorees were Jeffrey E. Donfeld of Donfeld Kelley & Rollman - Real Estate Lawyer of the Year; Marshall B. Grossman of Bingham McCutchen LLP - Litigator of the Year; David Nimmer of Irell & Manella LLP - Intellectual Property Lawyer of the Year; James I. Stang of Pachulski Stang Ziehl & Jones LLP - Bankruptcy Lawyer of the Year; and Juliette Youngblood of Youngblood Group - Entertainment Lawyer of the Year.
Louis R. Dienes, President of the CCBA noted that: "Century City is home to some of the most sophisticated and respected attorneys in the fields of entertainment, intellectual property, real estate, high-stakes litigation, and bankruptcy" and adds that "This year's honorees have set examples not only for legal excellence, but for dedication to public service and charitable work."