Nathan R. Brogden is an associate attorney whose work focuses on entertainment litigation, intellectual property, and business law. He works on behalf of small and large companies as well as individuals assisting clients with a variety of issues including contract disputes, risk management, securing and protecting copyrights and other business matters. Mr. Brogden began his career as a policy advocate in Washington, DC before returning to his roots in the entertainment capital of the world – Los Angeles, California. His passion for the entertainment business stems from a lifetime of playing music, which was further fueled by his experience working at WME Entertainment. During his time at WME, Mr. Brogden gained insight into the potential legal liabilities that exist for businesses and individuals in the entertainment industry. This experience fostered his desire to protect people and organizations from these ever-present legal dangers, while at the same time helping them achieve their personal and professional goals.
Mr. Brogden received his B.S. degree in Political Science from Pepperdine University and his J.D. degree from Southwestern Law School where he graduated in the top twenty percent of his class. While at Southwestern, Mr. Brogden was a two-time Dean’s Scholar, a Staff Writer for the Southwestern Journal of International Law, and a Member of the Negotiation Honors Program competition team, reaching the semi-finals of the Liberty Law School Negotiation Competition in 2016. In addition to these extracurricular activities, Mr. Brogden held positions at Lionsgate Entertainment and NBCUniversal where he drafted numerous types of business and entertainment contracts. He topped off his law school experience by working as a law clerk at Stubbs Alderton & Markiles LLP, focusing primarily on business litigation and intellectual property law.
Mr. Brogden is still passionate about music and enjoys hiking as well as a round of golf whenever his work schedule allows.