Angelica Ross isn’t holding back.
18.09.2023 - 21:29 / variety.com
William Earl Veteran Hollywood attorney Craig Emanuel has retired from law firm Paul Hastings after more than 40 years an entertainment legal eagle. Emanuel will turn his focus to serving as an advisor to longtime client Ryan Murphy.
Emanuel was saluted in April by Variety as the 2023 Power of Law honoree, paying tribute to his long history as a respected representative who has long been active in anti-racism initiatives and fighting antisemitism. “While the decision to leave my clients and Paul Hastings has not been an easy one, knowing they are in such great hands with my colleagues has helped make the transition an easier one,” Emanuel said.
Emanuel’s many clients include the prolific producer Ryan Murphy, filmmakers Robert Rodriguez and Tony Gilroy and Australian actor Paul Hogan. “After practicing as an attorney for more than 42 years, Craig Emanuel, longtime partner and former global chair of the Entertainment and Media group at Paul Hastings, is retiring from our firm to work as an advisor to his long-time client, Ryan Murphy,” Paul Hastings said.
“We are excited for Craig and look forward to continuing to work with Craig’s clients, including an ongoing relationship with him and Ryan in this new capacity.” Emanuel is known for having long relationships with clients such as Murphy and Rodriguez. Emanuel told Variety in April that it’s important for lawyers to have deep connections with clients to understand their long-term hopes and dreams.
Angelica Ross isn’t holding back.
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EXCLUSIVE: Top entertainment lawyer Craig Emanuel is leaving the Century City-based firm Paul Hastings where he has been a partner and global chair of the Entertainment and Media division. After practicing as an attorney for more than 42 years, Emanuel is retiring from legal practice to focus on working as an advisor to his longtime client, Ryan Murphy, and his Ryan Murphy Productions.
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Todd Spangler NY Digital Editor Ari Emanuel reportedly made an offer that Elon Musk could refuse. Last year, Emanuel, chief executive officer of media and talent-representation conglomerate Endeavor, texted his friend Musk with an offer to take on the job of managing Twitter, according to “Elon Musk,” Walter Isaacson’s sprawling new biography of the techno-titan. Emanuel, in a three-paragraph text sent on the Signal encrypted messaging app, proposed that he and Endeavor would run Twitter (which is now called X) on Musk’s behalf, per Isaacson’s book.
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following his arrest and subsequent online apology.Retired Sgt. Betsy Branter Smith, a spokesperson for The National Police Association, told TMZ that officers are appreciative of the “Oklahoma Smokeshow” singer’s swift statement saying “sorry.”“This is a very frustrated young man and he had some inappropriate things to say, but he complied with the officers,” she told the outlet.
recent arrest in Oklahoma was caught on dashcam video, which shows the country star stewing that the “f—king cops are out of hand.” In a video obtained by TMZ, the “Heading South” singer embarks on his journey to jail by pulling his vehicle alongside his security guard’s white SUV, just after the hired muscle was stopped by the police for speeding. The CMA New Artist of the Year 2023 nominee then jumps out of his truck.
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We guess this isn’t as serious to everyone as it is to the label PR folks who made Zach Bryan apologize. What? We were the only ones thinking it??
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