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Daniel Kaplan

Daniel Kaplan covers the NFL, finance and tennis for SportsBusiness Journal/Daily.

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Baker to chair sports group at O’Melveny

Published in SportsBusiness Journal on 01 / 16 / 17

Top sports lawyer Charles “Chuck” Baker has become a partner at O’Melveny & Myers and will chair its sports industry group, joining the firm after 6 1/2 years at DLA Piper. O’Melveny is known for its entertainment and Hollywood-focused practice, so Baker, whose client...

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