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Warner Bros. Cuts Ties with Brett Ratner
Posted on: Nov 2, 2017

Warner Bros. is severing ties with Brett Ratner amid multiple sexual harassment claims made against the producer and director.

A person familiar with the decision said Wednesday that Ratner's expired first-look production deal with the studio will not be renewed and that he will no longer occupy the office space he rented on the company's lot in Burbank, Calif. The person spoke on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly.

Sports & Entertainment Law Section Executive Meeting Minutes: October
Posted on: Oct 31, 2017

Take a look at what's happening at the May Sports & Entertainment Law Executive Meeting. Thank you to our Secretary, Kyle Fairchild, Horizon League, for this month's minutes!

Learfield and IMG College to Merge
Posted on: Sep 21, 2017

Learfield and IMG College have agreed to a blockbuster merger that will combine the two marketing and media behemoths in college sports, sources say.

A Message From the Co-Chairs: Jason Bonikowske & Cate Sabatine
Posted on: Sep 11, 2017

Thanks to our fellow Executive Committee members and Section members, 2017 has so far been a great year for the Sports and Entertainment Law Section, with more to come!  

After $140M jury award, Hulk Hogan settles Gawker Lawsuit
Posted on: Aug 31, 2017

The monetary amount was revealed in documents filed in Gawker’s bankruptcy, report the New York Times DealBook blog, LawNewz and the Hollywood Reporter.

LawNewz reports that Hogan will also get a portion of proceeds from the sale of Gawker Media assets to Univision, while the Hollywood Reporter says Hogan will get a share of distributions from “a contingent proceeds creditor account.”

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