Cameron Stracher has more than twenty-five years experience as a media and entertainment lawyer – in both litigated and transactional matters. As a litigator, Cam has successfully represented newspapers, broadcasters, websites, publishers, and individuals in libel, invasion of privacy, and other related claims.
His clients have included major broadcast and cable networks, national newspapers and magazines, television production companies, and many local and regional news and entertainment companies, websites, authors, reporters, and private individuals. He also provides regular transactional advice as well as pre-publication and risk counseling to such clients as Star, National Enquirer, and OK! magazines, MailOnline, Al Roker Entertainment, Off the Fence Productions, 3Ball Entertainment, and Hybrid Films, the producers of the hit television series Dog the Bounty Hunter. In addition to his solo practice, Cam is Of Counsel to the law firm Levine Sullivan Koch & Schulz.
A graduate of Harvard Law School, Amherst College, and the Iowa Writers’ Workshop, Cam is also the author, most recently, of the novel, The Curve, which is being developed for television by NBC. His other books include, Kings of the Road: How Frank Shorter, Bill Rodgers, and Alberto Salazar Made Running Go Boom, as well as two memoirs, Double Billing and Dinner with Dad (optioned for television by 3Arts Entertainment), the YA dystopian thriller, The Water Wars, and a novel, The Laws of Return. His essays and opinion pieces have been published frequently in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal, among many other publications. A former competitive middle-distance runner, Cam lives in Westport, Connecticut, with his wife, two children, and one dog.
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