Imraan "Immy" Farukhi is the managing partner at Farukhi Law LLP, and is an experienced attorney focused on transactions and counseling pertaining to the entertainment, music, film, television, advertising, fashion, sports, new media, and technology industries. He has worked with Grammy-nominated and legacy act musicians, as well as legal teams for Academy Award-winning productions. His clients include film and TV production companies, writers/directors, on-screen talent, music producers/mixers, musicians, models, and advertising productions for prominent lifestyle and technology brands. Prior to starting his own practice and forming Farukhi Law LLP, he was an attorney in the entertainment department of Fox Rothschild LLP, and with prominent boutique entertainment and intellectual property law firms throughout the New York City metro area.
Mr. Farukhi is also an Assistant Professor at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications at Syracuse University, where he teaches undergraduate and graduate entertainment law courses for students in the Television-Radio-Film program and the Bandier music industry program. He regularly speaks on cutting-edge entertainment business and technology matters, and his expertise has been solicited in interviews by media outlets including Rolling Stone and CNBC.
J.D., Cum Laude, Pace University School of Law
B.A., Cum Laude, Communication, Villanova University
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Tahir Farukhi is a partner at Farukhi LLP, and leads the firm's California practice. He provides his clients start-to-finish legal services across corporate and real estate transactions, and advises on regulations affecting the healthcare and technology industries. Tahir’s counsel with emerging growth companies spans the entire lifecycle, from providing founder-friendly guidance at the earliest stages through an exit. His expertise includes corporate formations and structuring, venture capital financings, mergers and acquisitions and general corporate governance and strategic matters. His clients have included real estate investment funds, investors, developers, sponsors, operators, lenders, and borrowers, healthcare shared services companies, medical practice groups, investment funds, and international home furnishing retail companies.
J.D., University of Utah
M.B.A., University of Utah
B.A., Political Science, University of Southern California
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