Paul began his entertainment litigation career at Lavely & Singer
whereby he took cases from some of Hollwyood's top A-listers. One such case was obtaining an injunction in favor of actor Brad Pitt against Playgirl. The magazine had published nude pictures of the
34 year old actor taken while vacationing with (then) girlfriend Gwyneth Paltrow. The claim included Invasion of Privacy and Infliction of Emotional Distress, resulting in a court-order for Playgirl to
remove all copies of that issue from shelves across the country.
Paul has disputed a multitude of Temporary Restraining Order and Injunction cases. He has argued First Amendment, Right to Privacy and Misappropriation of Name and Likeness cases, winning the majority of these disputes.
Following Lavely & Singer, Paul continued his entertainment litigation career at Glaser Weil Fink Howard Avchen & Shapiro; since then, his career has spiralled in Entertainment litigation. His expertise has paved the way for Paul to challenge more than 30 jury trials, including subsequent appeals.