December 3, 2021

Volume XI, Number 337

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Daniel A. Rozansky

Clients engage Dan before disputes ever arise to advise on strategies to minimize litigation risk and to put clients in a position for a successful outcome if litigation does arise.  For example, he regularly reviews television pilots, screenplays and other material in development to assist those clients in identifying and avoiding potential liabilities; he advises clients, including Fortune 100 companies, on best practices for recording communications; he counsels clients on best practices to protect trade secrets and other confidential information; and he guides clients contemplating exiting unfavorable business relationships.  When disputes arise, Dan Rozansky brings his decades of experience at AmLaw 100 and 200 firms and his relentless approach help achieve the best possible outcome for his clients.  This approach has led Dan to be recognized as an industry leader, including being listed as a top entertainment and media litigator in Chambers USA (2011-2019).  In 2013, 2014, and 2016, he was featured in Variety’s “Legal Impact Report,” which names the top attorneys who are making a significant impact in the entertainment industry.

In areas of entertainment and media litigation, Dan Rozansky represents clients across multiple platforms including film, television, music, concerts and touring, and digital media.  As a result of his well-recognized skills, Dan has prevailed in a number of high-stakes entertainment cases, including some of Hollywood’s most significant cases in the areas of copyright, trademark, First amendment, profit participation, licensing, advertising, reality television, right of publicity, rights of privacy and breach of implied contract.  Dan is a frequent resource for the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal on topics relating to Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act and the bounds of the protections it affords interactive computer services such as Twitter and Facebook for content posted by third parties.

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Articles in the National Law Review database by Daniel A. Rozansky

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