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Principal of the Law Offices of Jeffrey L. Graubart, established
in 1971. The firm is a general, business and civil practice offering a wide
range of legal services in the fields of corporate and business law, entertainment
law, international law, copyright and trademark infringement, motion pictures,
music, music publishing, multimedia, book publishing and theater law.
EXPERIENCE AND SPECIALTIES
Mr. Graubart specializes in Entertainment Law, International Law, Corporate
and Business Law, Civil Litigation, Copyright Infringement, Trademark Infringement,
Motion Pictures, Music, Music Publishing, Multimedia, Book Publishing and Theater
SPECIAL HONORS AND MEMBERSHIPS
Recipient: Deems-Taylor Award from American Society of Composers,
Authors and Publishers, 1981.
Faculty Member: The New School for Social Research, 1983-1985;
Golden Gate University, 1977-1978; California State University, 1978. Adjunct
Professor, New York University, 1983-1986. Lecturer: UCLA, 1988- ; University
of Southern California, 1988- . Honorary Life Member and Governor, National
Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences. Trustee, The Copyright Society of the
U.S.A., 1999- . Vice President and Trustee, Film Music Society, 1989- . Director,
Jazzmobile, Inc., 1983-1986. Member: Beverly Hills (Chair, International Law
Section, 1995-1996), Los Angeles County (Executive Committee, International
Law Section, 1996- ) and American (Chair, Moral Rights Sub-Committee, 1992).
Author: "GATT and U.S. Moral Rights," Copyright World, June/July,
1995; "The Agony and the Ecstasy," Los Angeles Lawyer, April, 1995; "U.S. Moral
Rights and the GATT," New York Law Journal, April 14, 1995; "Changes in Canadian
Copyright Law," New York Law Journal, April 1, 1988; "U.S. Moral Rights: Fact
or Fiction," New York Law Journal, August 7, 1992; "The Validity of the Publisher-Songwriter
Agreement," Beverly Hills Bar Association Journal, Fall, 1986; "Self Publishing
and the Songwriter/Music Publisher Agreement," Entertainment Law Reporter, September
Los Angeles News Service v. Tullo, 973 F.2d 791
(9th Cir. 1992).
B.S. University of Illinois, 1962
J.D. Northwestern University, 1965