Gabrielle BozzaAdjunct Professor
EducationB.A., cum laude University of Central Florida,
J.D., cum laude Nova Southeastern University,
In 1997, Gabrielle Bozza graduated from the University of Central Florida cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Legal Studies. She then attended Nova Southeastern University, Shepard Broad Law Center where she was a member of the Law Review and served as President of the law school’s entertainment and sports law society. During law school, Ms. Bozza clerked in the intellectual property divisions of a “dot com” and the international law firm of Holland and Knight. In 2001, she received her Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from NSU and began her career in a commercial litigation law firm. Ms. Bozza ultimately transferred her practice to the statewide firm of Broad and Cassel where she developed and headed the firm’s Entertainment Law Practice Group. Her practice there focused on intellectual property, entertainment law and corporate and business matters. She assisted clients with valuations, audits, purchasing, sale and leveraging of intellectual property assets, including music catalogs. Ms. Bozza negotiated and drafted various entertainment and intellectual property related agreements such as management and recording contracts; publishing, producer and distribution agreements; endorsement and sponsorship agreements; intellectual property and web-related agreements; and corporate agreements such as operating, confidentiality and work for hire agreements.
In 2008, Ms. Bozza was recruited for and accepted the position of Vice President of Legal and Business Affairs of Live Nation Artists. In this capacity, she was responsible for negotiating and drafting various entertainment-related agreements such as broadcasting licenses, artist website agreements, television, film and music production agreements, media rights agreements, distribution agreements as well as “360” agreements. Upon leaving Live Nation Artists, Ms. Bozza launched a full service business management, legal and concierge company, the Hub, which caters to the needs of individuals and companies in the entertainment industries. As Director of Business Management and Legal Services of the Hub, Ms. Bozza is primarily responsible for corporate structuring, planning and budgeting, and overseeing the high-level operational functions of the clients’ various business interests. She also serves the client’s legal needs through her law firm, Bozza Law, P.A. through which she continues to handle the transactional legal and business affairs for several top music producers and songwriters as well as some independent entertainment entities. Ms. Bozza has authored articles related to entertainment law and intellectual property issues, has appeared as a guest lecturer on music piracy, music publishing, and other entertainment and sports-related topics. Ms. Bozza is involved in various