Representative Matters Represented Shelly Sterling in the $2 billion sale of the Los Angeles Clippers to Steve Ballmer. Currently representing boxing promoter Golden Boy Promotions in various matters. Recently defended the heirs of Bob Marley against federal lawsuit concerning the Marley Coffee brand. Obtained dismissal of action at earliest stage of litigation, prior to commencement of discovery. Recently represented Irwin Winkler, writer of Goodfellas and Rocky, in profit participation action against Warner Bros. Entertainment. Represented Warren Beatty in action concerning rights to the Dick Tracy character. Obtained summary judgment for Mr. Beatty, resulting in his exclusive retention of all rights. Represented Uma Thurman in multi-million dollar lawsuit concerning the motion picture “Eloise in Paris.” Case resulted in seven-figure settlement for client Successfully defended legendary boxing promoter Dan Goossen against federal lawsuit filed by boxing champion Andre Ward. Successfully defended E! Entertainment against federal lawsuit alleging copying violations. Obtained dismissal of action at earliest stage of litigation, prior to commencement of discovery.