Adam Sullins, a partner in the firm’s Entertainment, Sports & Media Practice, has been named by The National Law Journal (NLJ) as a Sports & Entertainment Trailblazer in the publication’s annual Sports & Entertainment Trailblazers report, which features lawyers who have “shown a deep passion and perseverance in pursuit of their mission, having achieved remarkable successes along the way,” according to the NLJ.
Sullins distinguished career in the industry was recognized by NLJ in a profile article, with a notable callout of his work for the NCAA on its March Madness TV and digital media deal with CBS and Turner. Also recognized was his work with Facebook as they move into sports media distribution.
His practice focuses on representing clients in professional and collegiate sports, including television networks and media companies, technology companies, teams, team owners and investors, leagues, federations and other governing bodies, corporate sponsors, content owners, licensees, and athletes. He advises on a full spectrum of matters, including the acquisition/sale of professional sports franchises, broadcast and new media transactions, corporate sponsorship and endorsement deals, licensing, and strategic ventures.