Jordan Bromley’s experience lies in recognizing talented artists, individuals and companies, developing strategy to achieve long-term success, and protecting their interests by rigorously negotiating and drafting the agreements forming the basis of their business relationships.
Jordan focuses his practice on securing and negotiating agreements in the music, digital media, technology, art and fashion industries. His client base covers the entertainment, media and technology industries and includes established and developing artists, songwriters, producers, bands, independent record labels, digital distribution companies, content creation and management companies, music publishing companies, apparel companies, management companies, executives, international law firms, technology funds, actors, models, and multimedia fashion and lifestyle companies.
Jordan is also knowledgeable in legal issues and pertinent facts surrounding the content streaming industry. Having released a royalty infographic titled “U.S. Streaming Royalties Explained,” Jordan provided for the first time a complete picture of how money flows to every participant in the value chain. With over a dozen separate data points, the infographic is the most comprehensive and accurate existing view of U.S. streaming royalties.
Additionally, Jordan provides thought leadership and counsel on issues regarding the music business and creative community as a whole. He is frequently published in and quoted by publications covering music issues, such as Billboard, Newsweek, Entrepreneur and The Guardian. A staunch advocate of creators’ rights, Jordan works intimately with Manatt’s government group in Washington, D.C., and Sacramento, helping music clients devise and implement strategies to influence legislation and policy affecting intellectual property.
Jordan is a member of and an active participant in Manatt’s MTA group (media, technology and advertising), an innovative practice group that combines Manatt’s deep experience in entertainment, digital media, technology, advertising and corporate financing.
Prior to becoming an attorney, Jordan cofounded and developed Golden Mean Management, a Bay Area rap label, management, marketing and distribution company. He also cofounded and developed The Hip Hop Congress, an international nonprofit organization that uses hip hop music and culture to inspire social and civic action among young people.