Gerard Fox Law represents clients across countless industries including the full entertainment industry spectrum, the video game industry, the pharmaceutical industry, the fashion industry, the real estate industry, the sports industry, the restaurant industry, the health products industry, and the book publishing industry. Our clients span the globe, and our cases span Federal, State, and International Courts worldwide.
Three Boys Music Corp. v. Bolton (C.D. Cal., Feb. 24, 1992, No. CV-92-01177).
Representation of and negotiation for a general contractor that has built three of the six tallest buildings in the world regarding construction contracts with private entity as well as public entity owners, and commercial contracts with other construction parties.
Third Story Music, Inc. v. Tom Waits, et al. (Super. Ct. L.A. County, Jan. 6, 1994, No. BC096275).
Representation and negotiation of key distribution agreements for the worldwide release of an award-winning video game.
StreetScenes v. ITC Entm’t Grp., Inc., 2001 WL 36013178 (Super. Ct. L.A. County, Apr. 20, 2001, No. BC 176134) (jury verdict for plaintiffs).
Negotiation of head coach contracts with numerous NBA teams and NCAA Division I athletic directors.
StreetScenes v. ITC Entm’t Grp., Inc., 2001 WL 36013180 (Super. Ct. L.A. County, July 11, 2001, No. BC 176134) (denying defendant’s request for a new trial).
Representation and negotiation of licensing deals with major recording artists on behalf of a fashion brand.
Sage v. All Acquisitions Corp., 2007 WL 5516866 (Super. Ct. Alameda County, July 5, 2007, No. RG06292693) (granting summary judgment for defendants on several counts).
Representation of an MLB veteran on the purchase of a sports officials assigning business.
Abu-Lughod v. Calis, 2015 WL 7008386 (C.D. Cal. Oct. 1, 2015, No. 2:13CV02792).
Representation of a BCS National Champion and NFL player in litigation with claims made against him.
Abuemeira v. Stephens, 246 Cal. App. 4th 1291 (2016).
Sourcing, drafting, and negotiation of an investment and endorsement partnership between a Chinese technology company and two retired NBA All-Stars (featured in The New York Times).
John Doe 2 v. Los Angeles Superior Court (Hydraulx), Cal. Ct. App. No. B269087 (2nd Dist., Aug. 2, 2016) (certified for publication).
Counsel for a sports-focused non-profit foundation on obtaining a partnership with a professional baseball team.
IP counsel to Bungie, creator of Halo, in its successful spin-out from Microsoft.
Ingenuity 13, LLC v. John Doe, 2013 WL 1898633 (C.D. Cal., May 6, 2013, No. 2:12-CV-8333-ODW JCX) (affirming award of double attorneys’ fees as inherent authority sanction for bad faith litigation conduct by Prenda Law, Inc.).
Remedying an unauthorized use of an NBA veteran’s name in commercial advertising.
Drafting of employment and operating agreements for an MLB All-Star on developing a fitness facility.
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