Senior Attorney, Entertainment and IP
School of Law
- Copyright Registration
- Trademark Registration
- Other Trademark & Copyright Matter
- Business Consulting Agreement
- Distribution Agreement
- Licensing Agreement
- Non-Disclosure Agreement (Commercial)
- Publishing Agreement
- Release of Liability
- Terms of Service
- User Agreement
- Other Commercial Contract Matter
- General Advice
Posted on Oct 2, 2017
"Eric is very knowledgeable and conscientious about his work. I would definitely recommend him as I will be using him again myself."
Posted on Sep 15, 2017
"Eric did a great job ensuring that he had all the information necessary to make an informed recommendation regarding a copyright issue."
Posted on Aug 31, 2017
"Eric was easy to work with!"
Posted on Aug 30, 2017
"Great feedback and very helkpful"
Posted on Aug 3, 2017
Posted on Jul 28, 2017
Eric S. Goldman LLC
Jun 2017 - Present
Theater and Film Artist Representation and Production Counsel Services; Technology Counsel Services. Start-Up Legal Services. I provide a wide array of transactional legal services included the drafting and negotiation of rights acquisition, joint venture, non-disclosure, non-solicitation, confidentiality and independent contractor agreements. Private placement offerings, including crowdfunding.
Sendroff & Baruch LLP
Mar 1996 - Dec 2010
Highlights include production counsel services for the Tony Award winning Broadway production Russell Simmons’ Def Poetry Jam, the negotiation of Howard Shore’s agreement for his Academy Award winning score of The Lord Of The Rings; representation of the designers on the hit HGTV show Trading Space; representation of Academy, Emmy, Grammy and Tony Award winning talent.
Hertz Computer Corporation
Feb 1995 - Jan 1996
Highlights include the successful negotiation of a settlement agreement for intellectual property infringement claims.
St. Martin's Press
Oct 1993 - Jan 1995
Highlights include the creations of the company’s first agreement for the distribution of a CD-ROM book (AND THE BAND PLAYED ON by Randy Shilts).
Moses & Singer LLC
Entertainment and Corporate Associate
Sep 1990 - Oct 1993
Highlights include conducting research which uncovered an unpublished and little known legal precedent invalidating ABC’s option to acquire successive seasons of the television show ROSEANNE; led to a multi-million-dollar annual increase in licensing revenue.