Your Contract Attorney

Attorneys who work for traditional law firms charge by the hour. That rate can vary from $400-$1,200 dollars or more per hour, and you often need to pay a substantial retainer before they'll take you as a client.

I know it is important to keep costs low when looking for artist collaboration agreements, comic creator agreements, license agreements and work-for-hire agreements, so instead of charging an hourly rate, I charge a flat fee for every document I work on. Instead of charging $1,000 per hour, I charge $500 per document. My goal is to provide business and legal advice specific to your industry at prices you can afford. 

Independent publishers and small businesses who need support for an extended period or require ongoing contract management are charged an hourly rate in line with Glassdoor standards.  

My initial consultation is free, so if you have a contract situation you'd like to discuss, please feel free to contact me using this form

Gamal has provided me with excellent advice on potential publishing contracts on several occasions, and he steered me away from some deals that just weren’t right for my own goals. As a result, I was able to place my creator-owned properties in better situations. I highly recommend Gamal for any comics creator facing the legalese of a publisher contract.
— Rob Anderson, writer of Creature Cops, Rex the Zombie Killer and My Little Pony