Jordyn E. Ostroff


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Jordyn Ostroff primarily represents clients in the media and entertainment industry, in complex litigation regarding antitrust, contracts, and copyright.

Jordyn also maintains an active pro bono practice, representing clients in immigration proceedings and in disputes concerning significant artworks, among other issues.



Bar Admissions

  • California


  • University of California at Berkeley, J.D.
  • Brown University, B.A.

Professional Activities


  • Honorable Michael W. Fitzgerald, US District Court, Central District of California


  • “New Election, Same Tune,” (co-author Cassandra Seto), Daily Journal (August 14, 2020)
  • Global Music Rights, the first new music performance rights organization in 80 years, in precedent-setting antitrust litigation against the Radio Music Licensing Committee and in copyright infringement matters.
  • Sirius XM, in lawsuits about a claimed performance right for sound recordings made before 1972.
  • A major music-streaming platform, in copyright litigation relating to the display of song lyrics.
  • A boxing promoter, in breach of contract disputes.