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John Turitzin

John Turitzin
Born September 5th
1955
Residence Chappaqua, New York
Alma mater Earlham College
NYU School of Law
Princeton
Occupation lawyer
Employer Marvel Entertainment
Salary (2008) $1.5 Million
Spouse(s) Barbara Turitzin

John Turitzin is a corporate executive currently working at Marvel Entertainment.

John Turitzin was born on September 5, 1955. He attended and graduated from Earlham College. In 1981, he graduated from NYU School of Law and Princeton with a master's degree in public affairs. That same year, he became an associate of Cahill Gordon & Reindel in New York. Later, he worked at the Battle Fowler firm becoming a partner there.[1] In 2000, the Battle Fowler firm merged into Paul Hastings Janofsky & Walker and he became Marvel Enterprises' outside counsel.[2]

From February 2004, Turitzin served as Marvel's Executive Vice President and General Counsel. In February 2006, He was appointed Chief Administrative Officer. AS of September 2006, Turitizin was appointed Executive Vice President, Office of the Chief Executive together with David Maisel, and Isaac Perlmutter (CEO).[2]

References

  1. ^ "John Turitzin Joins Marvel As EVP And General Counsel; Appointment Extends Marvel's Build-Out of its Senior Management Team". Business Wire. FindArticles.com. 04 May, 2011.
  2. ^ a b Szalai, Georg. "Marvel GC Upped to Shared Executive Post". AllBusiness.com. Retrieved 3 May 2011. 

External links

  • Profile of Isaac Perlmutter from Forbes magazine
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