Sports & Entertainment Attorney

Jonathan M. Stahler, Esq. is a Florida licensed attorney in both state and federal courts based in Miami, FL and is the founder and president of Stahler Sports & Entertainment Law, PA. He brings extensive knowledge and passion working in sports, entertainment, and the law. His experiences working for SAG-AFTRA, Encore Sports & Entertainment, and 360 Sports, LLC, and representing NFL, NBA, MLB, and high-profile entertainment clients have helped increase his desire to positively affect and protect athletes, entertainers, and their families, both now and for their futures. He has been published in the Arizona State University Sports & Entertainment Law Journal, Spring 2014 edition writing about college athletes and compensation.  He has served as a panelist discussing issues in sports and entertainment law and business at Syracuse University College of Law and Florida International University College of Law.  Jonathan is a graduate of Syracuse University and the David B. Falk Center for Sport Management and received a Bachelor of Science in Sport Management, with honors.  He received his Juris Doctor and Certificate for Sports Law and Policy from Thomas Jefferson School of Law.  Jonathan is a member of the Florida Bar, Sports Lawyers Association, American Bar Association, and a board member of the Florida Sports Business & Leadership Association.

As Seen, Heard, & Read On...

14: Protecting Student Athletes with Jonathan Stahler

In this episode, Peter Ott discusses protections for student athletes with Jonathan Stahler. Jonathan is an associate and certified NBPA agent at iP Agency and has written extensively about sports and entertainment issues in various forums. This discussion is based on his article published in the Spring 2014 issue of the ASU Sports and Entertainment Law Journal, entitled “Creating an Equitable Playing Field: Vital Protections for Male Athletes in Revenue-Generating Sports who are predominantly African-American.” You can follow Jonathan on twitter at @JMStahler3. Additionally, a link to his article is found here, courtesy of the ASU Sports and Entertainment Law Journal.∼ Listen ∼

Sports and Entertainment Attorneys Speak to Students

The Sports, Entertainment, Fashion, and Art Law Society (SEFA) held their first meeting on Oct. 24 to discuss a day in the life of a sports or entertainment attorney.

The panel of featured attorneys were Richard Wolfe, Mason Wolfe and and Jonathan M. Stahler.

During the panel, students had the opportunity to ask questions and network to expand their career options and interests in the sports and entertainment legal field.

“SEFA’s main goal is to put on events that illustrate opportunities for students and help them be successful,” said the president of SEFA, Zane Katz. Read More

An Everlasting Commute on the Road to Success

Front Office Sports is proud to have sat down with Jonathan Stahler, Associate Attorney at PARRON LAW and a NBPA certified agent. Jonathan’s journey of a thousand miles didn’t start with a single step, but with a four-hour, round trip commute three days a week from San Diego to Los Angeles where he was an intern at SAG-AFTRA while attending Thomas Jefferson School of Law. Frequently described by his colleagues as a consistent model for “hard work, dedication and professionalism,” Jonathan is one of the bright up and coming minds in the sports law and athlete representation sector of the sports industry. He was gracious enough to offer up his time and insight into the dedication it takes to succeed in the sports law industry, why being able to sell not only what you do, but yourself is critical and why being adaptable is crucial for success. Read More