Attorney Ian Friedman Joins Prince Law Offices, P.C. and the Firearms Industry Consulting Group!

Firearms Industry Consulting Group, a division of Prince Law Offices, P.C. and Prince Law Offices, P.C. are pleased to announce the addition of Attorney Ian K. Friedman, Esq. Attorney Friedman comes to Prince Law Offices, P.C. from McGraw-Hill Education, where he managed McGraw-Hill Education’s Anti-Piracy Program. He is a member of both the Pennsylvania and New York Bar.

In his former position, he managed McGraw­Hill Education’s Corporate Anti­Piracy Program, innovating and reinvigorating the program, along with managing outside Anti-Piracy Vendor accounts. He participated in numerous industry committees and trade groups, advised and work with McGraw­Hill governmental affairs, and collaborated with foreign judicial officials and members of Congress on anti­piracy issues.

Attorney Friedman earned a B.A. from Lafayette College in Government, Law, and History, an M.A. in Political Science from Villanova University, and a J.D. with an Entertainment Law concentration from Seton Hall University Law School.

His lifelong love of cinema and the law nurtured a natural interest in both Entertainment and Intellectual Property law. It even lead to him representing the film restoration, licensing, and public domain status for a particularly notorious film, the cult classic Manos: The Hands of Fate. His love of history has led him into the collection and study of historical firearms with a focus on military and police firearms.

He will be bringing his experience in both Intellectual Property and Firearms Law to help strengthen and defend both the Intellectual Property and Second Amendment Rights of our clients and the Firearms Industry.


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