Charles Bruce Rosenberg

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Editorial Board, Harvard Law Review, 1970-1971. Adjunct Professor, Loyola Law School (Civil Discovery, Law and Popular Culture, International LLM Program, Bologna, Italy). Adjunct Professor, Pepperdine University School of Law (Copyright Law, Entertainment Law). Adjunct Instructor, Anderson Graduate School of Management, UCLA Executive MBA Program (Legal Strategy for Business Leaders). Credited Legal Technical Advisor, The Paper Chase (Showtime), LA Law, The Practice, Boston Legal.

Areas of Practice (10)

  • Intellectual Property Litigation
  • Entertainment Law
  • Entertainment Litigation
  • Complex Business Litigation
  • Commercial Arbitration
  • Litigation Management
  • Copyright Law
  • Business Law
  • Litigation
  • Intellectual Property Law

Education & Credentials

Contact Information:
424-645-1128  Phone
(310) 899-9008  Phone
(310) 899-9006  Fax
University Attended:
Antioch College, B.A., 1968
Law School Attended:
Harvard University, J.D., 1971
Year of First Admission:
1972, California; 1980, District of Columbia
Los Angeles County and American Bar Associations.

Peer Reviews

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Santa Monica, California

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