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What Turtle Can Teach a USC Gould School of Law, Student #Turtle

by Larry Chiang on November 27, 2013

By Larry Chiang I argue that Turtle, from Entourage, knows street smart legal maneuvers. He may not have trained 3 years to be a judge (which is what law school preps us to be!), but his promotions and celebrity representation are solidly executed under entertainment law. We should learn from Turtle. WWTD (what would Turtle do) What Would Turtle Teach a Harvard Law School Grad About Credit What Would Turtle Guest Lecture at SLS / YLS / HLS About American Credit Policy As It Relates to Credit’s Urban Myths Via the Mike Arrington, Stanford Law, case study Turtle Legal Case Study #1) he had Jamie Lynn Siegler sign a two way binding, booty-call NDA Turtle Legal Case Study #2) He sold Exzihbit song into a Vincent Chase movie by negotiating a 90 day, “no-shop” clause. Then shopped it. Turtle Legal Case Study #3) For Vincent Chase birthday party, Turtle got both regular insurance and real world insurance. The real world insurance was booking a back-up venue and losing the $1,000 earnest money. Turtle Legal Case Study #4) FedEx shipper number. In season one, Turtle showed his street smart legal prowess by engineering real world legal countermeasures after using the agency’s FedEx to ship NY bagels and NY pizza to LA. He got the assistant on Ari’s desk to write the fedex shipper number on a piece of stationary. That’s an implied consent. Furthermore, Turtle tweeted out pics of the agency gift (the bagels and pizza were comps from the nyc proprietors in exchange for a signed picture), thus the tweeted Turtle pics got the agency brand uptick on social media. Remember, Turtle does his social networking on WORDPRESS Turtle Legal Case Study #5) Turtle Legal Case Study #5 is a Live Action Business Case Study Disclosure: the Live-Action Business Case Studies method was founded at Stanford School of Engineering and the A-School under Bob Bowlsby. Of course, the A-school is Athletics School. We host one third of the Stanford Entrepreneur Week events. Our goal is to have entrepreneur athlete alums mentor current athletes in case we don’t go pro in the sport we got a scholarship for. Turtle Legal Case Study #5 is selling rights-free t-shirts that are in the public domain and plowing the profits into Entourage Movie opening weekend July 2-6* *Projected American Express’ Under-Promoted Credit Truths at Mercedes Benz Fashion Week (MBFW) My Stanford Engineering video boils down 20,000 hours and moves you to the right on the entrepreneur bell curve CEO of Duck9 MIT University EIR (Entrepreneur in Residence) Duck9 = “Deep Underground Credit Knowledge” 9 125 University Avenue/ 100 Palo Alto CA 94301 650-566-9600 650-566-9696 (direct) 650-283-8008 (cell) **************** Editor of the BusinessWeek Channel “What They Don’t Teach at Business School” CNN Video Channel: Read my last 10 tweets at Author, NY Times Bestseller “What They Will NEVER Teach You at Stanford Business School” comes out 11-11-14 52 Cards. Two Jokers. What They DO Teach You at Stanford Engineering Emergency swings and cutting deals as an 9 year old ########## Duck9 is part of UCMS Inc. 630-705-5555 More on #ENGR145’s SHIFTING right on the entrepreneur bell curve

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