Greenberg Glusker Adds Three Associates

December 31, 2020Press Release

LOS ANGELES - Greenberg Glusker has added three associates to the firm within the last two months.  Peter Jackson, a lateral associate from Latham & Watkins, joins the Intellectual Property and Technology group and Graham Fenton and Laura Isaacson, who were summer associates at Greenberg Glusker in 2019, join the Corporate and Private Client Services groups respectively.

“We are always looking for talented attorneys who are fiercely passionate about the law and their areas of practice,” says Bob Baradaran, Managing Partner of the firm. “We take special pride in hiring associates of the highest caliber who readily engage with our team in providing excellent work and client service.”

Jackson helps businesses with broad aspects of technology-related operations, with a focus on complex contracts involving intellectual property and privacy issues. His clients include digital media companies, software developers, healthcare startups, and consumer products brands. Prior to joining Greenberg Glusker, Peter served as Counsel at Petco. He graduated cum laude from the University of Pennsylvania Law School, where he was president of the Penn Intellectual Property Group and a counselor in the Detkin IP Clinic. He also has a B.S. degree in journalism from Northwestern University.

Fenton graduated from UCLA School of Law, where he served as Co-President of the UCLA Entertainment Law Association and Chief Submissions Editor for the UCLA Entertainment Law Review. He was awarded the Masin Family Academic Excellence Gold Award in Negotiation Theory & Practice and the Masin Family Academic Excellence Silver Award in Employment Law. Prior to law school, Graham worked as a professional singer and actor, most notably starring as Frankie Valli in the hit Broadway musical, Jersey Boys.

Isaacson graduated from the University of Southern California Gould School of Law, where she served as Senior Submissions Editor of the Southern California Law Review and Vice President of the Intellectual Property and Technology Law Society.  She was awarded the USC Gould Roger Sherman Award in Intellectual Property and the LA Copyright Society Paul Miller Award for excellence in the study of copyright and entertainment law. She worked in politics before law school, most notably interning for a United States senator and congresswoman. She is a graduate of Binghamton University with a B.A., magna cum laude, Phi Beta Kappa.