Mr. Tigerman has been practicing law in California since 1970 and during that time has worked extensively in the areas of corporate law, taxation, and general business law.
He specializes in the field of computer law and has lectured and spoken on various legal issues involved in the field of data processing at UCLA and the California Institute of Technology. He has spoken at three Data
- Processing Management Association (“DPMA”) International Conferences and at two National Computer Conferences. He has published an article in the Los Angeles Lawyer entitled “Computer Litigation: Recent Cases.”
- Prior to becoming an attorney, Mr. Tigerman’s background encompassed programming, business systems design, and computer consulting. Currently his practice emphasizes:
- representation of computer software developers, website designers, and on-line service centers, in many aspects of their business;
- corporate strategies (merger and aquisition, key employee compensation) for high tech companies;
- multimedia publishing and partnering and distribution.
- representation of composers/lyricists in general, and in the sale of musical compositions and catalogues;
- “name and likeness” – protection and licensing;
- music publishing and licensing;
- multimedia publishing, partnering, and distribution.
Mr. Tigerman is also an experienced Arbitrator/Mediator in these areas.
Mr. Tigerman’s Curriculum Vitae is also available.