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Martin Katz

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The litigator has come out on the winning end of a couple of noteworthy battles of late. There was Wolf v. Walt Disney Pictures, in which an appeals upheld a judgment against "Who Framed Roger…

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Stanton (Larry) Stein

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In his 30-plus years as a talent-side entertainment litigator, Stein has seen -- and participated in -- all of the cutting-edge issues. "As the industry changed, I've changed," Stein says. He made…

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John Sloss

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Sloss is widely credited with establishing the indie sales-agent profession and has remained at the top of this realm. Operating his Sloss Law Office out of New York, he does legal work for a wide…

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Andrew Hurwitz

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The New York-based indie finance and distribution guru just changed to a new firm -- which straddles both the studio and indie finance worlds -- ending a long working relationship with Sue Bodine at…

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Martin D. Singer

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The scourge of the tabloids, Marty Singer is the man to call when a celebrity is in trouble. Over the years, he has gone to war to protect the reputations of a long stream of clients including Arnold…

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Barry Hirsch

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One of the more venerable of the big-name transactional attorneys -- and perhaps the toughest negotiator of them all -- his last-minute demands and "unsigned deals" have earned him no surfeit of…

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John Schulman

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A fixture in the entertainment law community, Schulman is a standout both for his flamboyant personality in an era of corporate drabness and for his sheer longevity. Working out of an office that has…

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Bruce Ramer

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In his fifth decade of law practice, Ramer still reps Steven Spielberg, who named the mechanical shark in "Jaws" Bruce, in his lawyer's honor. The 73-year-old Ramer also counts George Clooney, Clint…

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