Elizabeth Moody, senior partner and chair of the New Media Practice at Granderson Des Rochers, LLP, joined the firm after a storied in-house career. With over 20 years of dealmaking and content strategy experience in the music, video, television, film, and podcast industries, Elizabeth represents numerous live streaming platforms, gaming companies, fitness companies, an NFT platform, and social media companies. She has particular expertise in developing new business models and licensing structures for digital media businesses and content owners to optimize business strength and revenue growth. She is also passionate about helping to empower women in music and entertainment, especially through her representation of Nvak Collective, an innovative, disruptive and socially-driven talent incubator and record label focused on female and non-binary artists.
A veteran in the digital music space, Elizabeth has been recognized by Billboard on its “Top Music Lawyers” and "Women in Music" lists, and has been named to Variety’s “Legal Impact Report” and “Dealmakers Impact Report.”
Prior to joining GDR, Elizabeth held senior legal and content strategy positions at household music and technology companies such as Hydrow, Pandora, Verizon OnCue, YouTube, and Google. She began her legal career at Paul Weiss Rifkind Wharton & Garrison, LLP and Davis Shapiro Lewit & Grabel, LLP. Elizabeth received her B.A. from Colby College and her J.D. from American University, Washington College of Law.