David Gurwin ’85 extends his practice toward entertainment, media and sports, emerging technology, life sciences, and pharmaceuticals. His greatest passion however, lies in of entertainment law.
The NCAA is no stranger to the courtroom, and, at any given time, it is likely to have several high-profile lawsuits filed against it. As would be expected, the theme is almost always the same: someone wants a piece of [...]
The Program on Dispute Resolution hosts a Lawrenece Lecture each year that features a speaker with a distinguished career as a negotiator. In 2009, the speaker is Steven Fehr, an attorney who has been outside counsel to the Major League [...]
On Frank A. Ray’s first day on the job as chief civil counsel at the Franklin County Prosecutor’s Office in 1976, his boss at the time, George C. Smith ’59 (now Senior U. S. District Judge), instructed him to meet [...]