Power Lawyers 2011
When technology companies wish to acquire licensing rights to launch music services, it's a reasonable bet that Rosenbloum, appearing for the first time on the list, will be at the negotiating table. He estimates that he represents 75 percent of the companies in the digital music space, including Microsoft, AT&T Mobility, Digital Media Association, Rdio, Slacker and Omnifone. "Name a device, I have it in my briefcase," he says. "When I go through airport security and have to open it, they think I work for RadioShack." Rosenbloum is also working on a number of the rights issues associated with cloud storage locker services.
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