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Loeb & Loeb lures Gotham legal eagles

Zavin, Slotnick make move with Rimokh, Ortner

HOLLYWOOD — Jonathan Zavin and Barry Slotnick have joined entertainment law firm Loeb & Loeb as partners in its Gotham-based litigation department.

The duo, who were most recently partners at New York-based law firm Bingham Dana, also bring with them senior counsel Jacques Rimokh and entertainment associate Amy Ortner as part of the move.

The attorneys cover a broad range of matters with an emphasis in the entertainment and media industries.

“We are very gratified that Jonathan and Barry have decided to join us,” said Loeb & Loeb co-chairmen Jerome Levine and John Frankenheimer. “They are nationally recognized experts in intellectual property and copyright matters and will be an invaluable addition to our entertainment litigation practice group.”

Zavin has recently spent much of his time involved in copyright and entertainment-related litigation for clients that include film studios, television production companies, publishing companies and record companies.

Slotnick handles both litigation and transactional matters involving entertainment, intellectual property and technology.

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