Top litigators include Lawrence Iser, Mark Holscher, Christopher Landau, Neville L. Johnson, Neville L. Johnson, Neville L. Johnson, Glenn D. Pomerantz, Daniel A. Rozansky, Robert M. Schwartz…
A California appellate court upheld a jury verdict in favor of Don Johnson for his company's 50% ownership of "Nash Bridges," but cut the award down to $15 million plus interest.
Quentin Tarantino has gone back to the TV archives with his latest casting for "Django Unchained," bringing "Miami Vice" and "Nash Bridges" star Don Johnson to the ensemble.
Actor-producer James Gammon died July 16 of cancer in Costa Mesa, Calif. He was 70.
A production company was ordered by a Los Angeles jury today to pay actor Don Johnson $23.2 million for his work on the television series "Nash Bridges."
In his lawsuit, Johnson claims that he never received a 50% share of the profits from the series
Robert Ginty, star of action films such as "The Exterminator" who also wrote, produced and directed, died of cancer Monday in Los Angeles. He was 60.
Barbie Stein, a casting director for theater, TV and film, died Feb. 6 of heart failure in San Francisco. She was 40.
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