representing the world of sports & entertainment

     Myrlie Evers-Williams and her attorney, Frank K. Wheaton, Esq.

On a recent trip to Asia  , Mr. Wheaton represented athletes who served as part of New York ’s presentation to the International Olympic Committee for the 2012 Olympic Games. Following his visit to Singapore, Mr. Wheaton developed business ties in Beijing , China in anticipation of the 2008 Olympic Games.   Mr. Wheaton is a partner in two major websites including, "DirectSellingLive.com" and the developing Massengale Live Ticket Television.com.

present & former Clients

The Law Offices of Frank K. Wheaton, Esq., Attorneys and Counselors at Law is a full service company that merged the clients and responsibility of its formerly owned sports/entertainment management company that lists among its present and former clients, Milton Berle, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, James Worthy, John Stockton, Carl Anderson, Marla Gibbs, Bob Beamon, Al and Florence Griffith Joyner, Rick Barry, Bernie Bickerstaff,Dennis Conner, Norman Connors, Jean Carne, Kashif, Will Wheaton, Norman Brown, James "Buddy" Edgerton, Nan O'Brien, Ray Charles,Jr., Kevin Young, Beppe Cantarelli, Ironman-triathlete and former New England Patriot Darryl Haley and several former Olympians.  Mr. Wheaton also performs services for many charitable organizations as well. 

​For television, Mr. Wheaton created and executive produced a number of special events including:  The First Annual Michael Jordan Celebrity Golf Classic, The Milton Berle Celebrity Golf Classic, and “World’s Fastest Athlete” for ABC’s “Wide World of Sports.”  In recent years, he co-executive produced with legendary sports producer, Jim Spence,  “Sports Greats:  One On One with David Hartman” which premiered on the ESPN network.  Of great personal reward, Mr. Wheaton produced the James Worthy All-Star Basketball Clinics for two successive years in the city of Compton, California providing scholarships for nearly 2000 children in the process and raising over a million dollars for charity through such celebrity-filled special events.  Currently, Mr. Wheaton has in development with Annie Nelson and Dick Arlett, "Welcome Home," a network television special that will pay tribute to the troops of the middle east wars.

 Clients