Ethan Bordman represents authors, screenwriters, producers, directors, and actors, guiding them through the legal and business matters they face in bringing their dreams to the screen. He also assists investors and filmmakers in financing motion pictures. Mr. Bordman earned a law degree from the University of Detroit School of Law, a master’s degree in Entertainment Law from the University of Westminster in London, England and a master’s degree in International Sports Law from Anglia University in Cambridge, England. He also holds an M.B.A. from the Prentis School of Business at Wayne State University.
Before starting his law practice, Mr. Bordman worked for the American Federation of TV and Radio Artists (AFTRA), a national performers’ union. While at AFTRA, he coordinated television and radio projects for networks such as ABC, CBS, FOX, CTV (Canadian Television), TNT, and Lifetime Networks. Mr. Bordman is the former Chair of the Arts, Entertainment and Sports Law section of the Michigan State Bar. He is currently a member of the Entertainment, Arts and Sports Law committee of the New York State Bar. He practices entertainment law in New York, Michigan, and Illinois.