Daniel Rosen joined Buchli Goldstein as an associate in 2019 and his practice focuses on intellectual property and corporate commercial matters relating to the music, film, television and digital media industries. Daniel works with a variety of clients, ranging from emerging and well-established artists to music companies and film/television producers. Daniel brings a wide array of music industry experience to the firm, with experience in artist management, music publishing and licensing, music production, live performance, and music education. Before joining the firm, Daniel practiced in the business and corporate commercial group at Canada’s largest law firm.
Before law school, Daniel was a lecturer in the Music Research & Composition department at the University of Western Ontario where he taught music production, music history and songwriting. In 2018 and 2019, Daniel was also a lecturer for Windsor Law’s Advanced Business Law course. During law school, Daniel was the President of Western’s Entertainment and Sports Law Association, Vice-President of the Western Intellectual Property Association, and Co-Chair of Western’s Obiter Dicta charity talent show. Daniel continues to be a musician and songwriter and understands first-hand what it is like to be an artist and performer, bringing that unique perspective, knowledge, and experience to his representation of clients.