Roger Goff is an attorney at Wolf, Rifkin, Shaprio, Schulman & Rabkin where he mostly works with the film industry, representing both producers and financiers in a variety of film finance transactions. He is consistently involved in the development and production of dozens of feature films, negotiating deals with representatives for writers, actors, and directors, in addition to arranging financing and distribution. Prior to becoming an attorney, Roger worked in radio and television broadcasting, commercial production, advertising, and as a studio musician. He carried this experience with him into the early days of his law career in the music industry and spent many years representing independent record labels. Combined with his technical background, this experience gave him particular expertise in the developing areas of digital media and entertainment technology.
Roger is also an adjunct professor in the School of Film and Television at Loyola Marymount University, where he teaches Business and Legal Affairs and The Business of Business (co-taught with producer Paula Wagner). He is a member of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and regularly comments on legal and business issues surrounding film, music, and digital media.