Cameron Stracher - Media & Entertainment Law
Cameron Stracher has thirty years’ experience as a media and entertainment lawyer. His clients have included major broadcast and cable networks, production companies, streaming services, websites, podcasters, and many local and regional news and entertainment companies, authors, reporters, and other talented people. As a litigator, he has successfully defended lawsuits brought by Katie Holmes, Richard Simmons, Charlie Sheen, Natalee Holloway, and other high profile plaintiffs. He has provided pre-publication review for programs like “Live PD,” “Leah Remini: Scientology and the Aftermath,” and “Secrets of Playboy,” and is regular U.S. counsel for Daily Mail and MailOnline.com.
After graduating from Harvard Law School and the Iowa Writer’s Workshop (in that order), Cameron began his media law career as litigation counsel at CBS, after which he was an associate at the media law boutique, Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz, and then a partner at the firm. During that time, he taught law at New York Law School and co-founded the school’s Program in Law & Journalism. After starting his own practice, Cameron also held the title of General Counsel – Media at American Media, where he supervised all of AMI’s litigation and pre-publication review for the National Enquirer, Us Weekly, Radar Online, and other publications. At present, Cameron handles a wide variety of matters, ranging from litigation over the television docuseries, “The Last Narc,” pre-publication review for clients like IPC and E One, and negotiations and transactions for Adobe’s content creation team.