Hillary Bibicoff is leaving her partnership at Greenberg Glusker for a place at the boutique law firm of Holmes Weinberg PC. “I had the pleasure of working with Hillary at the beginning of her career. I’m delighted with her success and look forward to working with her again. I have great confidence that she will thrive within the client-focused boutique team environment Steve [Weinberg] and I have created,” said Henry Holmes in a statement today. Bibicoff had been at LA powerhouse Greenberg Glusker for the last 12 years, and she specialized in talent deals in the entertainment practice. Bibicoff has repped James Cameron, Kathy Bates, How I Met Your Mother producer-director Pam Fryman, Carnivale creator Dan Knauf and Mike Nichols among others. In 2005, she represented the two largest investors in the $500 million film finance deal between Legendary Pictures and Warner Bros; she also repped Godzilla rights owner Toho in 2010 in the sale of the film rights to Legendary. Bibicoff began her career in Cooper, Epstein & Hurewitz’s transactional entertainment and corporate departments before going on to work as an executive at LIVE Home Video and then as VP Theatrical Business & Legal Affairs at Rysher Entertainment and then Greenberg Glusker. Among various industry positions, Bibicoff currently serves as a member of the Executive Committee of the Professional Representatives Section of the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences.
Entertainment Lawyer Hillary Bibicoff Joins Boutique Firm
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