In hiring Hollywood entertainment boutique Lavely & Singer to help him sort through his recent troubles, Tiger Woods turned to a shop known for stomping out potentially libelous material on behalf of celebrity clients. Woods has reportedly retained the firm amid continued media reports that he engaged in extramarital affairs -- a scandal that has tarnished Woods' previously pristine public image. Name partner Marty Singer is famous for the cease-and-desist letters he fires at tabloid publications on behalf of his clients.
Tiger Woods' Choice of Law Firm Sends a Warning
The National Law Journal
December 15, 2009