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Entertainment and Sports Law Litigation

Counsel Concerns: Low Sanctions Are Upheld in Lawyer’s Case Over Booking Discrimination Suit

The case is rooted in an underlying lawsuit filed nearly two decades ago in New York by black music promoters Leonard Rowe and Lee King against the William Morris Agency and several other booking and talent agencies.


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After a lawsuit accusing high-flying Florida defense lawyer Willie Gary and his firm, Gary Williams Parenti Watson & Gary, of malpractice and racketeering was dismissed in 2016, one of the attorneys named in the suit sought more than $560,000 in sanctions against her accusers, who she said had smeared her with baseless accusations and online “rants.”

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