Gordon Bobb is a partner and focuses primarily on the representation of actors, comedians, athletes, writers, directors, production companies and distribution companies across television, film and multimedia platforms. Through entertainment transactional law, Gordon advises, strategizes and consults his clients so their careers can defy traditional industry limitations and soar in the developing media landscape.
Gordon helps define his clients’ goals and outlines the path to achieve them through open communication and strategic planning. He approaches his work in a holistic manner since his clients’ careers, along with the industry, are continually evolving. The collaborative relationship directly contributes to reaching their goals and attaining much success in a high-performance industry.
At Columbia Law, Gordon studied at its Kernochan Center for Law, Media and the Arts which furthered his appreciation for creative talent and ignited his passion to apply his expertise to the industry. He views his work as career consulting, not merely legal advising, since his professional desires and goals are achieved through the success of his clients.
Gordon was recently named to Variety’s “Legal Impact Report” as well as The Hollywood Reporter’s “Power Lawyer” lists. He serves on the Board of Directors of the Blackhouse Foundation, a non-profit organization expanding the opportunities for Black multi-platform content creators and their inclusion in major film festivals by fostering an environment for continuing support. He is also an active member and advisor to the Georgetown Entertainment and Media Alliance as well as an active member of the Black Entertainment and Sports Lawyers’ Association.