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Terry Aronoff joined the firm as counsel in 1999. His areas of focus include entertainment law, corporate law, and mergers and acquisitions.
Mr. Aronoff represents public and private healthcare, telecommunications, energy, publishing, and social media companies, entertainment clients, and individual investors operating in both traditional and cutting-edge markets.
Mr. Aronoff advises media and entertainment clients regarding content development and licensing, digital and print publishing, music, merchandising, and film and television negotiations.
He also acts for corporate clients on M&A transactions, reorganizations, joint ventures, distribution, branding, and streamlining of standardized legal forms such as purchase orders, employment agreements, non-disclosure and non-compete agreements, and certain recurring licensing arrangements.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Aronoff had been a shareholder with an Atlanta, Georgia law firm. Mr. Aronoff speaks Hebrew and he is AV® rated by Martindale-Hubbell*
University of Georgia School of Law J.D. (1984) magna cum laude
Northwestern University B.S. (1981)
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