Global Co-Chair of the Entertainment, Sports & Media practice and Vice Chair of the Entertainment, Sports & Media Industry Group honored for securing Caesars Entertainment the naming rights to the Superdome in New Orleans and helping the US secure its bid to host the 2026 FIFA World Cup.
Adam Sullins is Global Co-Chair of the firm's Entertainment, Sports & Media Practice and Industry Groups. He represents sports teams, owners and investors, media companies, corporate sponsors, as well as leagues, players associations, governing bodies, and athletes on a full spectrum of matters across the sports industry.
With many years of sports industry experience, Mr. Sullins regularly advises on:
- Acquisition and sale of ownership stakes in sports franchises (including expansion efforts) and other companies
- Broadcast and new media deals
- Corporate sponsorship, endorsement, and other commercial deals
- Strategic ventures
- League ownership rules and regulations
- esports transactions
Mr. Sullins was selected as a 2020 and 2022 MVP of the Year for Sports & Betting by Law360, and is regularly recognized in Chambers USA and The Legal 500 US for his work in the sports industry.