Mr. Perleberg represents a broad array of clients in the technology, hospitality, and entertainment industries including software and hardware companies, food and beverage businesses (e.g., restaurants and breweries), entrepreneurs, filmmakers, and publishers and individual artists (e.g., musicians and writers). He is also very active in the arts and entertainment community.
Working at the intersection of business and technology, Mr. Perleberg advises clients on complex technology and commercial transactions, including information technology licensing, trademark and brand protection, copyrights, technology maintenance and services, technology development and customization, marketing and advertising, as well as manufacturing, supply, distribution, and other agreements for products and services. Mr. Perleberg has significant experience in digital and new media advising clients on internet, e-commerce and entertainment transactions. He also assists celebrities and athletes assert their right of publicity against those making unauthorized use of their images or likenesses, including internet domain name disputes, as well as helping clients with defamation and other privacy matters.
In addition to his legal experience, Mr. Perleberg spent over seven years working for IBM. In this position, he worked closely with software and hardware designers, marketing and sales teams, advertising agencies, and domestic and international strategic alliance partners gaining valuable insight and understanding of the business needs and pressures of both large and small companies.
In addition to teaching music law for many years, Greg has worked on projects for Green Day, Pentatonix, Joe Bonamassa and many others. In the world of film, Greg recently earned an IMDb credit for his work on 2018’s AHOCKALYPSE, a zombie-hockey horror movie that included cameos by NHL legends Barry Melrose and Kelly Chase.
The shelves and walls in Greg’s include plenty of law books, diplomas and awards, his office is also filled with memorabilia from his decades of work with musicians, filmmakers, professional athletes, artists, authors, and the like.
AREAS OF PRACTICE
- General Corporate & Commercial
- Government and Regulatory
- Data, Privacy and Security
- Competition, EU and Regulatory
- Export Controls and Sanctions
- FDA & Life Sciences
- Intellectual Property
- Trademarks and Brands
- Licensing and Technology Transfer
- IP Litigation
- Privacy and Information Management
- Trade Secrets
- Strategic Counseling and Portfolio Development
- Business Technology
- Product Liability
- E-Discovery and Information Risk
- Franchise and Distribution
- Breach of Contract and Business Torts
- Entertainment and Media
- University of Minnesota School of Law
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