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Calvin Berman

Associate
Century City
T: 310.228.6154
F: 310.228.3962

Education

  • J.D., University of Southern California Gould School of Law, 2015
  • B.S., University of Texas at Austin, 2012
  • California
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Calvin Berman is an associate in the Intellectual Property Practice group in the firm's Century City office.

Areas of Practice

Since joining the Intellectual Property practice group at Sheppard Mullin, Mr. Berman has helped clients navigate a variety of business and legal obstacles. Mr. Berman’s legal experience includes advising major brands on advertising-related issues, their e-commerce platforms and product packaging, as well as litigating various high-stakes business disputes involving false advertising class actions and trademark infringement in the fashion and retail space. As a member of the firm’s Privacy & Cyber Security Team, Mr. Berman has also advised clients regarding  the patchwork of regulations governing the collection, storage and transfer of consumer data.

Though a very proud and almost stereotypical Angeleno (his very first college internship was in the mailroom at William Morris Endeavor), Mr. Berman opted to attend The University of Texas, where he earned his undergraduate degree, with Honors, in just three years. After living in Austin, and briefly in Dublin and Las Vegas, he returned to his hometown to earn a Juris Doctor from the University of Southern California. As a law student, Mr. Berman worked in legal and business affairs positions for a global sports league (UFC), one of the world's most dominant talent agencies (WME), and an international law firm (SMRH).

With an eye towards the ongoing convergence of media and technology, Mr. Berman has also produced a commercial that has been on television and YouTube since 2013, and created a law school social media site that attracted over 30,000 worldwide page views in its first two months of operation.

Lately, Mr. Berman has been very interested in reading about virtual reality, machine learning, and global media trends.