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Mr. Cooper specializes in traditional and digital entertainment, intellectual property, and business law. Although he has nearly 20 years of litigation experience, over the last decade his primary focus has been on entertainment and business-related transactional work. This includes agreements in such areas as: music recording, publishing, licensing, songwriting, production, management, distribution, and touring; video game development and publishing; copyright and trademark licensing and merchandising; filmmaking and streaming. He has represented musicians, songwriters, arrangers, artists, actors, directors, producers, photographers, designers, and internet content creators.
Mr. Cooper has also represented several business entities. This includes representing start-ups, technology and software companies, game developers and publishers, esports teams, production entities, design studios and a variety of brick-and-mortar businesses. Mr. Cooper has worked with clients on everything from entity formation, governance and compliance to dissolution, mergers and acquisitions. He has assisted clients with equity and debt financing, investor relations, employment matters, business plans and private placement memoranda.