We prepare, review and negotiate commercial agreements for clients in all types of transactions, from the sale of businesses to vendor services. Our corporate team supports attorneys in all of our firm’s practices, and their careful attention to detail can sharpen contracts to prevent future misunderstandings and ward off litigation. In many cases, the corporate attorneys serve as “outside general counsel” for clients, actively monitoring and managing work performed for clients in other of the firm’s practice areas.
Represented Outdoor Systems, Inc. from 1996 to 2002 in more than 35 acquisitions (stock, asset, mergers, like-kind exchanges) of outdoor advertising businesses ranging in value from $5 million up to $1 billion, as well as in connection with the sale of OSI to Infinity Broadcasting in a public company transaction worth more than $8 billion.
Negotiated acquisition of a major league sports team, handled related matters with MLB and represented team in negotiating sponsorship, concession, franchise and suite license agreements.
Responsible for preparing and negotiating numerous promotional and sponsorship agreements prepared for corporate clients engaging celebrities, athletes, sports teams and spokespersons for brands. These included the engagement of movie actor to promote new line of cosmetics, entering into sponsorships of amateur and professional sports teams, athletes and events such as TV shows, awards ceremonies, and beauty pageants, engagement of celebrity ...
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