Ken Hertz specializes in representing talent, entrepreneurs and new media companies in the technology, fashion, sports and entertainment industries. Prior to joining the firm, Ken was in charge of music — business and legal affairs – for The Walt Disney Company.
Ken is also a principal in memBrain – an entertainment marketing and strategy consulting firm. memBrain consults a number of businesses operating in the entertainment content, fashion, technology and marketing industries (such as Hasbro, McDonald’s, Intel, UBS, Logitech and Keds).
Ken is a frequent speaker and commentator on the subjects of entertainment, marketing and convergence, is often quoted in the New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and Wall Street Journal, has appeared on CNBC’s monthly newsmagazine “Business Nation,” and has been an instructor at UCLA’s Anderson Graduate School of Management and an adjunct professor of law at USC.
Ken graduated from UCLA Law School in 1984.