Counsel Jamice Oxley continues her work as the preferred outside counsel for Netflix's independent film productions and film development with a new Netflix romance feature titled "The Royal Treatment." Oxley is managing the execution of the above and below the line contracts and negotiations, the production service agreement contracts and negotiations, and all music contracts. She is also providing legal advice and counsel related to credits, marketing, and advertising throughout the pre-production, production, and post-production processes. According to Deadline,  who covered the film's announcement:

Netflix is adding another royal feature to its cannon. Austin & Ally alum Laura Marano (The Perfect Date) and Mena Massoud, who starred in the Disney live-action Aladdin remake, are set to star in The Royal Treatment romance feature for Netflix. Rick Jacobson is directing the pic from a screenplay by Holly Hester. Marano will produce with Ellen Marano and Vanessa Marano for Calabrian Rhode and Chloe Smith.

The story follows Isabella and Prince Thomas. Isabella runs her own salon and isn't afraid to speak her mind, while Prince Thomas runs his own country and is about to marry for duty rather than love. When Izzy and her fellow stylists get the opportunity of a lifetime to do the hair for the royal wedding, she and Prince Thomas learn that taking control of their own destiny requires following their hearts.

Executive producers are Steve Berman and Dan Read for FFI. Production will take place in New Zealand.

Oxley also performed similar services to assist in Netflix's "Falling Inn Love" production, a Netflix romance feature starring actress and singer Christina Milian and Australian actor Adam Demos. To learn more about both productions, visit the websites linked below. 

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