WWE continues to make changes in its corporate structure.
WWE has been making new hires as it pertains to the business-end of WWE. Recently, Nick Khan and Kristina Salen have started in their respective roles as President and CFO. Now, per a report from PWInsider, WWE has hired Darren Traub as Senior Vice President of Talent Management
Traub is leaving his own firm to join WWE and will start his position on January 25. Traub's biography on his former firm highlights several key points in his career.
Darren has a full-service practice at the intersection of entertainment and technology. Combining business-savvy transactional skills with two decades of litigating high-stakes entertainment and IP litigation, Darren works with some of the most recognized entertainment companies; major record labels; music festivals and events; video games and esports organizations; social media platforms; consumer brands; and technology companies to routinely leverage his expansive network in these industries to establish unique and profitable collaborations for his clients.
On behalf of his clients, Darren develops bespoke business strategies to grow and protect their assets through the use of profitable contracts, structured branding and licensing deals, intellectual property transactions, digital media, publicity, and internet-related content.
When litigation is the path, Darren provides a vehement defense for his clients in a wide range of disputes, with a national focus in state and federal courts, as well as in private arbitrations.
WWE will report its Q4 2020 financial earnings on February 4.