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Harold Flegelman

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Harold Flegelman

Harold Flegelman
Director of the Graduate Program in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law and a Lecturer in Law
J.D., 1978, Georgetown University Law Center
B.A., 1975, Yale University

Telephone: 305-284-TBD   |   Office: TBD
E-mail: h.flegelman@gmail.com


Harold A. Flegelman is the Director of the Graduate Program in Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law and a Lecturer in Law. He has joined Miami Law from the Los Angeles office of Loeb & Loeb LLP, where he was a partner in the Corporate Department and Co-Chair of the Corporate Media and Entertainment Practice Group.

While in private practice, Professor Flegelman was engaged principally in advising clients in all legal and business aspects of the entertainment and media industries, including mergers and acquisitions, strategic alliances, venture capital, debt and equity financings, restructurings, business planning, executive employment arrangements and general corporate representation. Among his many illustrative transactions, he represented motion picture producers and directors in both the raising of equity capital for film funds and the sale of motion picture libraries, Azoff Music Management in joint ventures and sports transactions with The Madison Square Garden Company, and Univision Communications in the sale of its music recording and publishing businesses to Universal Music Group.

His teaching experience includes serving as a Short-Course Visiting Professor at the University of Miami Law School since 2011 (The Art of the Deal - Acquiring a Music Publishing Catalog), and as an Adjunct Professor at Southwestern Law School and Whittier Law School, in each instance teaching a comparable course. He is also a member of the Visiting Committee at the University of Miami Frost School of Music.

Professor Flegelman received his B.A., cum laude, from Yale University in 1975, and his J.D. from Georgetown University Law Center in 1978, where he was an Associate Editor of The Tax Lawyer.