Gregory Bloom, Esq., is a sports and entertainment attorney who concentrates his practice on the representation of athletes, entertainers and corporate businesses in connection with transactional work and litigation issues ranging from the very simple to the extremely complex.
He has represented numerous high-level athletes and entertainers and has handled complex, high-profile contract negotiations, litigations, sponsorship and endorsement deals, publishing deals, recording agreements and brand recognition opportunities for his clients.
Before joining ChaseLawyers, Mr. Bloom worked on Wall Street for nine years, where he gained a deep knowledge and understanding of corporate and transactional matters that prepared him to deal with the rigors of the 21st-Century sports and entertainment landscape.
Mr. Bloom regularly lectures aspiring law students and sports and entertainment industry professionals regarding sports and entertainment representation and the legal “pitfalls” that come with being a professional athlete or a successful entertainer. Mr. Bloom serves as an adjunct lecturing member at the Instituto Superior de Derecho y Economía (ISDE) for both their Masters in International Sports Law Program at their main campus in Madrid, Spain and Global Sports Law Companion Program at Columbia University in New York.
Mr. Bloom is licensed to practice law in the state of Florida and is an active member of the Florida Bar Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law section.
Areas of Practice:
- Television & Film
- Internet Law
Florida International University, College of Law, 2006
University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida, 1994