John Fowler is a founding partner of Kibler Fowler & Cave LLP. He specializes in complex business, intellectual property, media, entertainment, privacy, reputation and brand protection litigation in federal and state courts, and arbitration. John has handled numerous litigation matters including disputes involving copyright, trademark, idea theft, anti-SLAPP, right of publicity, Talent Agencies Act, management commissions, and other disputes in music, film and television. John has represented individuals, businesses, artists, production companies, and major corporate entities as both plaintiffs and defendants.
John is a graduate of Vanderbilt University and earned his law degree from Loyola Law School in Los Angeles. While at Loyola, he served as the General Managing Editor of The Los Angeles Public Interest Law Journal, and as a member of Loyola Law School’s Scott Moot Court Honors Board (winning the Scott Moot Court competition, competing in the National Moot Court Competition, and serving as an Appellate Advocacy teaching assistant). Following Loyola John practiced entertainment, media and general business litigation with Johnson & Johnson LLP, and Carlsmith Ball LLP.