LOS ANGELES – Dec. 1, 2015 – Daniel H. Black and Bobby Rosenbloum, shareholders from global law firm Greenberg Traurig, LLP’s Entertainment & Media Practice, have been selected for inclusion in Variety magazine’s 2015 “Dealmakers Impact Report.” Black and Rosenbloum are profiled in the report, which, according to the publication, highlights prominent lawyers, financiers, and corporate executives in the entertainment space for their negotiating skills and their ability to forge alliances, create consensus, and increase value.
Black, chair of Greenberg Traurig’s West Coast Entertainment & Media Practice, has extensive experience in the television, motion picture, and digital media arenas, having practiced law both in the major studio and law firm settings. Equally comfortable in the traditional and new media areas, representing corporations and individuals, he has served as lead counsel on numerous transactions with the major motion picture studios and television networks, in addition to major Internet content producing, licensing, and advertising entities. His clients include production and distribution, Internet, and video game companies, as well as advertising agencies, show runners and producers, and on-air television and sports personalities. Black also possesses substantial experience in representing internationally-based clients in their entertainment endeavors.
Rosenbloum, co-chair of Greenberg Traurig’s Atlanta Entertainment & Media Practice, is one of the leading attorneys globally in the field of digital media, entertainment, and technology and represents dozens of leading technology companies and digital service providers that negotiate licensing deals with entertainment content owners. He also represents numerous recording artists, entertainment industry executives, and institutions, such as The Recording Academy and The Latin Recording Academy. Rosenbloum has over 20 years of experience negotiating complex content agreements with record companies, music publishing companies, music publishing rights organizations, motion picture studios, television networks, and various independent content providers and aggregators.