As Hollywood looks to rebound on the tail end (hopefully) of a global pandemic and reinvent its business practices amid the new normal, it’s the entertainment industry’s top 100 attorneys who are settling the strife between studios and stars over blockbuster streaming releases, navigating big-ticket mergers while fending off the government’s antitrust ire, and exploring cutting-edge issues involving NFTs and the metaverse.
Hansen Jacobson Teller Hoberman Newman Warren Richman Rush Kaller Gellman Meigs & Fox
Fox’s clients are on a hot streak: Kate McKinnon signed to play Weird Barbie in Warner Bros.’ Barbie film and returned to Saturday Night Live. Julio Torres directed his first film and sold an animated feature to Sony. And Hasan Minhaj launched a production company that already has set its first feature film, For the Culture, and wrapped his stand-up tour. “At the end of the day, nothing matters if the person who’s negotiating for you doesn’t really care about you,” says Fox, who also reps Ali Wong and Michael Che. “I will go 100 rounds to get [my clients] what they deserve.”