CHICAGO – May 26, 2017 – Freeborn & Peters LLP is pleased to announce that Chambers USA has ranked the firm’s Media and Entertainment: Transactional practice in Illinois for 2017. In addition, Chambers ranked Freeborn Partner Andrew L. Goldstein as a leader in the state in media and entertainment law.
“The firm is honored by the prestigious Chambers USA ranking for Freeborn’s Media and Entertainment Law Practice and recognition of Andrew Goldstein as a leader in Illinois media and entertainment law,” said Michael J. Kelly, the firm’s Co-Managing Partner. “These accolades highlight our attorneys’ exceptional legal skills and knowledge, as well as their reputations for continually meeting and exceeding our clients’ legal needs and business goals.”
Published by London-based Chambers and Partners, the annual Chambers USA: America’s Leading Lawyers for Business directory ranks leading U.S. firms and attorneys in a wide range of practice areas based on in-depth research and client and peer interviews. Chambers distributes the referral guide to industry-leading companies and organizations worldwide.
The firm’s Media & Entertainment Law Practice focuses on intellectual property (IP) and information technology (IT), as well as marketing-related law. In the areas of IP and IT, the practice includes trademark and copyright law; Internet, technology, outsourcing and computer law; advertising and promotion law; and entertainment law, including video production, theater and dance-related matters. Marketing law areas of emphasis include antitrust, pricing and distribution, as well as branding, licensing, entertainment, strategic alliances, supply relationships, complex contracts, advertising and new product development.
A Partner in the Corporate Practice Group, Mr. Goldstein is ranked by Chambers in Illinois for Media & Entertainment: Transactional. He focuses his practice in the areas of intellectual property and information technology. His experience includes trademark, trade dress and copyright law; Internet, website, cloud computing, technology, outsourcing and computer law in general; advertising, marketing and promotion law; and entertainment law, including video production, and theater and dance-related matters.
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