Brandon Zamudio maintains a diverse litigation practice with a focus on entertainment, media and intellectual property law. His practice includes copyright, trademark, false advertising, defamation and contract litigation for clients in the music, film, television and theatre industries. He also has experience drafting and supporting entertainment transactions, such as marketing, nondisclosure, financing and talent agreements.
To support his clients, Brandon draws upon his business background in the entertainment industry, ranging from roles at The Walt Disney Studios and Sony Music Entertainment to his work as a theatrical producer on and off Broadway. While at Loeb, Brandon completed a client secondment at a major motion picture studio, where he advised on underlying rights, derivative production rights, ancillary rights, chain of title and termination issues for both feature films and television series.
During law school, Brandon served as a research assistant to copyright law professor Jane C. Ginsburg and as a judicial intern to the Hon. Paul A. Engelmayer of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
- Columbia Law School, J.D., James Kent Scholar, Harlan Fiske Stone Scholar,
Managing Editor, Columbia Journal of Law and the Arts,
Co-President, Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law Society
- Princeton University, A.B., cum laude
- U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York
- U.S. District Court for the Eastern District of New York
- New York
- National Semifinalist, American Intellectual Property Law Association Moot Court
- Phil Cowan Memorial Award in Entertainment Law Writing, New York State Bar Association
- Michael D. Remer Memorial Prize in Arts & Copyright Law, Columbia Law School
- Associate Board Member, Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts
- Affiliate Member, Communications & Media Law Committee, New York City Bar Association