Staffing: New hires, clients at Gang Tyre, Sheppard Mullin, etc.

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Staffing: New hires, clients at Gang Tyre, Sheppard Mullin, etc.

Tue Mar 30, 2010 @ 02:41PM PST

A few recent entertainment law moves:

  • Stan Gold has rejoined talent boutique Gang Tyre Ramer & Brown as of counsel. He was a partner with the firm before leaving to head the late Roy Disney's investment vehicle Shamrock Holdings.
  • O'Melveny & Myers partners Daniel Passage, Joe Calabrese and Paul Iannicelli are representing the theater owner-backed consortium Digital Cinema Implementation Partners in the completion of $660 million financing for digital projection systems in nearly 14,000 movie theater screens across North America.
  • LA's Sheppard Mullin Richter & Hampton has picked up Summit Entertainment as a client, advising on advertising and promotion matters, including for the "Twilight" films. And the firm's Robert Darwell is repping Disney in its negotiations to sell Miramax.
  • Darwell's former associate Katherine McClure has been hired by the Hansen Jacobson talent boutique. She was at USC Law School before Sheppard Mullin. 
  • RDF Media president and general counsel Kirk Schenck has left the company in its recent reorganization

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