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John Schulman, lead counsel for Warner Brothers for 25 years, has joined Mitchell Silberberg & Knupp where he will be chairman of its entertainment department. Schulman retired from Warner Brothers in 2008 after building what many would consider to be the top studio law department in Hollywood.

MS&K is a Los Angeles firm founded in 1908 with offices in LA, New York and Washington, DC. Currently the firm employs 125 attorneys across a broad range of practices.

  
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