Brandon Zamudio is an associate attorney at Loeb & Loeb LLP, where his practice centers on entertainment, media, and intellectual property law. His practice includes copyright, trademark, false advertising, defamation, and contract litigation for clients in music, film, television, publishing, and theatre. 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.
Brandon received his J.D. from Columbia Law School, where he graduated as a James Kent Scholar and received the Michael D. Remer Memorial Prize in arts and copyright law. He pursued his undergraduate degree at Princeton University, earning an A.B. with honors in Politics and minors in Theater and French. He is fluent in Spanish and proficient in French.