Josh Fisher is a member of the firm's Transactions and Sports & Entertainment Client Service Groups. He has experience analyzing and documenting change of control transactions for both public and private companies. Mr. Fisher also regularly counsels corporate clients on commercial agreements and regulatory, governance and formation issues. He has experience in the areas of celebrity endorsement and media rights licensing and distribution.
Mr. Fisher has additional experience in sports business and media. He created the website DodgerDivorce.com and regularly contributed to several national television, radio and print outlets on issues related to the ownership of the Los Angeles Dodgers baseball franchise. While at the firm, he has researched and published on secondary market ticket sales and presented on the impact of new media on sports and entertainment organizations.
Prior to joining the firm, Mr. Fisher worked as an extern for the late Judge Nancy C. Dreher of the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the District of Minnesota. He also interned at Wells Fargo Capital Finance while an undergraduate.
Bar and Court Admissions
University of Minnesota, J.D., cum laude, 2011
University of Kansas, B.S., 2008
Co-Author, "A Brief Overview on Ticket Scalping Laws, Secondary Ticket Markets, and the StubHub Effect," Entertainment and Sports Lawyer, November 2012 (with Eric Schroeder, John Orbe and John Bush).