In 1963, B-movie producer Roger Corman gave Francis Ford Coppola his first directing job. Corman would go on to take chances on countless other soon-to-be household names, like James Cameron and Ron Howard. In the late ’90s, Corman would also take a chance on a young law student named Matt Galsor.

Galsor is now entertainment chair at Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger in Los Angeles and counts Cameron among his many famous clients.

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