Larry Iser was recently named to The National Law Journal’s 2016 list of Intellectual Property Trailblazers. The annual list honors legal practitioners who have made a significant impact to the field of intellectual property through innovative practices, policies or technological advancements. Larry was selected for his representation of music icons Jackson Browne and David Byrne in their landmark copyright lawsuits against politicians John McCain and Charlie Crist, respectively. Larry was one of only 50 attorneys chosen for this exclusive list.
To read The National Law Journal’s profile of Larry, click here.