Jeffrey A. Greenberg is a partner in the firm's Intellectual Property Group. Mr. Greenberg's primary areas of practice are Entertainment, Intellectual Property and Corporate Law. He represents a diverse group of high-profile clients in the fields of film and television production; music production and publishing; print publishing and distribution; festival, touring and live event production and management; sponsorships, endorsements, merchandising and branding; copyright and trademark licensing, enforcement, administration and terminations; sales and acquisitions of media properties and intellectual property assets; management and licensing of archival and estate IP portfolios; and tax-related planning and compliance for foreign athletes and entertainers.
Prior to joining Meister Seelig & Fein, Mr. Greenberg worked in the Legal and Business Affairs Department of Arista Records and as a Corporate Associate at Weil Gotshal & Manges, specializing in media-related mergers and acquisitions and secured financing transactions. He was later a partner in a leading New York entertainment-based entertainment law firm.
In addition to his entertainment-related legal work, Mr. Greenberg is also an active producer on numerous recording, reissue and compilation album projects and television projects. He won a Grammy Award as Producer in the category "Best Historical Album" for the box set Jelly Roll Morton: The Complete Library Of Congress Recordings, and received a 2010 Grammy nomination as Producer in the category "Best Historical Album" for the box set Alan Lomax In Haiti: Recordings for The Library Of Congress, 1936-37.
Mr. Greenberg is a voting member of the National Academy Of Recording Arts and Sciences. He also sits on the Board Of Directors of The Association For Cultural Equity, an organization dedicated to the preservation and dissemination of ethnographic and anthropologic collections and research data. Mr. Greenberg is also a principal in Harte Recordings, a San Francisco- based historical and reissue record label.
Mr. Greenberg is admitted to practice law in the State of New York. He received his B.A. from Tufts University in 1982 and his J.D. from Benjamin Cardozo School of Law in 1987.