Todd’s already-growing interest in going into the law was sharpened when working in the promotion department of RCA Records in New York after graduating from college. There, he witnessed the payola investigation launched by then-New York Attorney General Eliot Spitzer in 2004 against various recording labels, and realized the advantages of a legal education in dealing with and responding to such investigations. Entering Brooklyn Law School in 2005, he continued working for RCA while obtaining his law degree.
Law-school classes in intellectual property whetted Todd’s interest in that field, and after a summer clerkship at FSC, Todd joined the firm as an associate in 2008. Todd’s litigation work at the firm focuses on protecting the patent rights of FSC’s clients. Todd also represents numerous food manufacturing entities, negotiating a variety of contracts and providing counsel on various business dealings on their behalf.