Harvey Geller has more than three decades of experience handling complex business litigation matters. He has extensive experience in intellectual property, technology, internet, digital media, and entertainment matters, and has been at the forefront in developing and shaping new media and internet law in the United States. He litigated the landmark cases against MP3.com, Napster, Aimster, Grokster, LimeWire, and Grooveshark, in addition to the industry-leading cases involving the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Harvey also litigated the groundbreaking case against Napster’s investors, the seminal trademark and First Amendment case concerning the trade name “Barbie,” and led the multijurisdiction common law copyright class actions brought by Flo & Eddie (The Turtles) against Sirius XM Radio Inc. and Pandora Media Inc.
His experience extends well beyond entertainment, new media, and intellectual property matters and includes antitrust, business torts, insurance, contract disputes, accounting and royalty disputes, employment, product liability, and personal injury. He has litigated on behalf of plaintiffs and defendants in state and federal courts around the country and is experienced in all aspects of litigation, including trials, appeals, and class actions.