Daniel Schiffer

Daniel Schiffer, who for 10 years served as director of legal affairs for Warner Bros. Television before his retirement, died of cancer May 6 at his home in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. He was 77.

Before joining Warner Bros., Schiffer headed his own entertainment law firm in Beverly Hills.

A graduate of the U. of Wisconsin and St. John’s U. Law School in New York City, Schiffer taught English in China upon his retirement.

He is survived by two daughters and one grandchild.

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