JMBM Attorney Jeff Goldman Recognized as one of California’s top 75 Intellectual Property Litigators

Receives recognition from the Daily Journal for four consecutive years

LOS ANGELES – For four years running (2010-2013), JMBM’s Jeff Goldman has been recognized by the Daily Journal, California’s largest legal publication, as one of the state’s top intellectual property litigation attorneys.

Goldman was profiled in the Daily Journal’s April 17, 2013 IP supplement. Reporter Connie Lopez quoted Goldman as saying, “You have to be tenacious and never stop thinking about different angles, different ways to obtain results for your client even when they don’t appear obvious on the surface.”

In the last several years, Goldman has served as lead counsel in significant copyright litigation on behalf of the world’s four largest record companies, three largest music publishing companies, largest beverage company, and largest technology company.

About JMBM’s Intellectual Property Litigation Group

No matter what the court or forum, JMBM’s IP litigators protect clients’ intellectual assets from infringers, and assert competitive rights when other companies violate our clients’ intellectual property. Our lawyers take IP cases to trial in courts around the country, as well as handle appeals before the Ninth and Federal Circuit Courts of Appeal. We aggressively pursue IP litigation at trial, whether the issue involves patent, trademark or copyright infringement, trade secret misappropriation, licensing agreements, or anti-piracy and counterfeiting actions.

About the Daily Journal
The Daily Journal is California’s largest legal newspaper. Published daily, it includes breaking news and exclusive coverage of California legal affairs, the Daily Appellate Report, profiles of California judges, California lawyers and California neutrals, regular columns by leaders in the legal field, California law firm news and updates on business transactions, and special reports throughout the year such as the “Top 75 Intellectual Property Lawyers.”