Brandon Frank handles intellectual property and entertainment law.
He has assisted many people in the entertainment, technology, education, and
intellectual property industries. He counsels and represents entrepreneurs,
business executives, creators, innovators, songwriters, filmmakers, recording
artists, publishers, managers, entertainment companies, producers, media and
e-commerce operators, Internet-based companies, and intellectual property owners and users.
Over the past 10 years, Brandon has served as counsel and advisor to
individuals and companies in the areas of business development, operations
and expansion, intellectual property protection and exploitation, marketing
and promotions, digital media, technology development and management, branding
and sponsorship, entertainment industry contracts, licensing intellectual
property rights, talent/artist development, and entertainment property
production and distribution.
Prior to practicing law, Brandon worked in the public sector, holding
positions with the United States House of Representatives Committee on
Energy & Commerce; a former Congressman handling matters in the areas
of commerce, technology, education and homeland security; Legislative
Editor with the Louisiana Senate; Law Clerk to a Chief Judge in Louisiana
state court; and the Louisiana Department of Justice Medicaid Fraud Control Unit.
Mr. Frank earned a Master of Laws (LL.M.) in Intellectual Property &
International Trade from the American University Washington College
of Law; a Juris Doctorate (JD) from the Southern University Law Center;
and Bachelor of Science in Psychology from Louisiana State University.
Brandon's speaking engagements include presentations on intellectual
property, entertainment, technology, and computer crimes. In his free
time, Brandon enjoys travel, the great outdoors, sports, and time with
family and friends.