Variety's 2020 Legal Impact Report
Variety's 2020 Legal Impact Report

Variety’s 2020 Legal Impact Report – Bryan Freedman

Variety’s 2020 Legal Impact Report

These legal eagles made massive deals and litigated thorny disputes for entertainment industry clients, studios and networks.

Bryan Freedman 

Litigators 

Founding partner, Freedman + Taitelman 

Bryan Freedman - Freedman + Taitelman, LLP - portrait
Bryan Freedman – Freedman + Taitelman, LLP – portrait

Repping women in high-profile employment disputes, Freedman advised Deborah Dugan departing the Recording Academy, Gabrielle Union exiting “America’s Got Talent” and Sharon Tal Yguado leaving Amazon programming. The Century City-based litigator works video games extensively, including Turner “Tfue” Tenney challenging an e-sports collective as an unlicensed talent agency. Other clients include screenwriter Michael Bacall and attorney Jake Bloom and his former law firm. Freedman believes there will be a raft of new workplace protocols for employees, businesses and government due to the coronavirus pandemic, including physical distancing and remote work. “That will be an interesting concern in the next year as we work through this.”

That will be an interesting concern in the next year as we work through this

Bryan Freedman, Freedman + Taitelman, LLP

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