Why Music Executives Seek Lawyers With Conflicts Of Interest: ‘It’s a Very Incestuous Business’ 10/19/2018 by Steve Knopper Every time hard-rock manager David “Beno” Benveniste signs a band, he recommends that the group hire a veteran attorney he knows personally: Jeffrey Light. Two bands, Korn and Deftones, have taken his advice, and so far they haven’t objected to a key detail: Light […]
A Los Angeles judge trims claims, but allows the producer’s widow to move forward on fraud.
Disney can’t escape a lawsuit that contends the studio has concealed profits from the 1989 Tom Hanks comedy Turner & Hooch.
WEN Hair Care Line Bangs Out $26.3M Deal In Hair Loss Suit Share us on: By Suevon Lee Law360, Los Angeles (May 2, 2017, 4:47 PM EDT) — A celebrity stylist’s hair product company and a class of consumers who claim using the products caused their hair to fall out ironed out a $26.25 million […]
In 2007 Alan Ladd Jr. won a $3.2 million jury verdict against Warner Bros. for unpaid profits on movies he produced with Jay Kantor
The South Carolina real estate broker who starred on the first season of A&E’s hit reality series was awarded $4 million based on an oral contract to share revenue.
Douglas L. Johnson & Neville L. Johnson have a new published article in Loyola of Los Angeles Law Review Vol. 44:277