CAA Agent David Kopple Moves to Management 360


David Kopple is becoming a member of Management 360 from CAA, the place he has labored since 2010. He at the moment serves within the company’s movement image lit division.

Among the shoppers becoming a member of Kopple at Management 360 are José Padilha, Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, Craig Zobel, Pablo Trapero, Peter Sollett, Adam Robitel, Joe Swanberg, Emily Jerome, and John Curran. More are more likely to observe. Clients represented by CAA are anticipated to remain on the company.

“We have lengthy admired David as an individual with nice integrity, a eager eye, and an entrepreneurial spirit,” the Management 360 companions mentioned in a joint assertion. “We’re thrilled to welcome him to 360 and look ahead to collaborating with him and his shoppers in thrilling new methods.”

Kopple is now the newest in a rising listing of brokers from prime businesses who’re making the transfer to administration corporations. As the coronavirus pandemic continues to largely stymie manufacturing and stay occasions, businesses are feeling the pinch financially, with many enacting pay cuts, furloughs, and layoffs.

Many are additionally taking this chance to launch new ventures. Peter Micelli, a former CAA agent who not too long ago stepped down as chief technique officer of Entertainment One, has launched Range Media Partners together with a number of defectors from quite a few prime businesses. Elsewhere, WME associate Phillip Sun partnered with Charles D. King of Macro to discovered a brand new enterprise known as M88. It has already attracted quite a few big-name shoppers like Michael B. Jordan, Idris Elba, and Donald Glover.

News of Kopple’s exit additionally comes a day after CAA introduced it had submitted an amended franchise settlement to the WGA in an effort to have the ability to signify writers once more. The company signed an settlement largely an identical to the one signed by ICM in August, however requested that the WGA enable the company to divest its possession of affiliated manufacturing entity wiip. The WGA responded shortly thereafter and made it clear they won’t settle for the company’s phrases.


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