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AEW Chief Legal Officer Taking Step Back From Company

AEW has lost a few people in recent memory, although they have also inked deals with others. It appears that the company’s Chief Legal Officer has taken a step back from the company.

According to Sean Sapp behind Fightful’s paywall, AEW’s Chief Legal Officer, Megha Parekh, has reduced her involvement with responsibilities in recent months. This is a bit of a surprise, because Megha Parekh was a well-established name in the company.

It remains unclear whether there has been an official change in job title or duties, but Chris Peck has assumed many of the tasks previously handled by Parekh within the company. There is no information available regarding whether Parekh will resume or intensify her AEW-related responsibilities.

Fightful has learned that AEW Chief Legal Officer has largely stepped back from her AEW duties over the last few months. While we haven’t learned if there’s been an official job title change or adjustment there, Chris Peck has largely taken over many of the things Megha Parekh was doing in the company. We have no insight as to whether or not Parekh will resume or accelerate AEW related duties.

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Within AEW as of October, there was a belief that Megha Parekh’s attention was shifting towards matters associated with a stadium deal involving the Jacksonville Jaguars, rather than AEW. At this time, we are awaiting more information.

It was emphasized that Megha Parekh was not present at AEW All In at London’s Wembley Stadium. She was also not part of the disciplinary committee responsible for CM Punk’s departure from AEW, as some had speculated.

The outlet reports that they attempted to contact AEW and Megha Parekh for comments but has not received a response. We will keep our eye on this story for further updates.

What’s your take on AEW losing Megha Parekh? Let us know what you think about this in the comments section!

November 14, 2023 4:40 pm

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