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Nicholas Soltman Named to Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal’s Prestigious “Top 40 Under 40” List

Nick Soltman was recently named one of the 2019 “Top 40 Under 40” attorneys in California by the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal. Read the full article

Nine KWIKA Attorneys Named 2020 “Best Lawyers”

Partners Shawn Holley, Lawrence Iser, Dale Kinsella, Gregory Korn, Michael Kump, Suann MacIsaac, Nick Soltman, Kristen Spanier, and Howard Weitzman have been recognized among the top lawyers in the nation in the 2020 edition of “The Best Lawyers in America,” one of the oldest and most respected guides to the legal profession. The attorneys earned a spot in the 2020 listing for their work in the following practice areas: Shawn Holley: Criminal Defense – General Practice; Criminal Defense – White-Collar; Entertainment Law – Motion Pictures and Television Lawrence Iser: Ente... Read the full article

Jon Steinsapir Quoted in New York Times Article

Jon Steinsapir was recently quoted in Paul Sullivan’s New York Times article “Retouching the Mona Lisa Is Restoration, but a Mickey Mantle? Collectors Cry Fraud.” Read the full article

Six from KWIKA named Super Lawyer “Rising Stars,” Three make “Up-and-Coming 100″ List for 2019

KWIKA is pleased to announce that six of the firm’s attorneys were named Southern California “Rising Stars” for 2019 by Super Lawyers magazine and three were named on the “Top 100” list. One of the most respected rating services in the legal profession, Super Lawyers publishes its Rising Stars honor roll each year after putting candidates through a multiphase screening process consisting of managing partner surveys, nomination by peers, third-party feedback, and identification by a Super Lawyers research team. At the final stage, a mere 2.5 percent of considered candidates are sel... Read the full article

Prestigious Chambers USA 2019 Guide Recognizes KWIKA and Attorneys Kinsella, Weitzman, Iser, and Kump

Kinsella Weitzman Iser Kump & Aldisert, and four of its founding partners—Dale Kinsella, Howard Weitzman, Larry Iser and Michael Kump—have been recognized by the prestigious ranking organization, Chambers, as among the top law firms and legal practitioners in the world in the field of Media and Entertainment Litigation. Read the full article

Seven KWIKA Attorneys Named to Variety’s 2019 “Legal Impact Report”

The firm is pleased to announce that partners Dale Kinsella, Howard Weitzman, Michael Kump, Shawn Holley, Chad Fitzgerald, Aaron Liskin and Nicholas Soltman were selected for inclusion in Variety's coveted "Legal Impact Report" for 2019. Read the full article

Suann MacIsaac Named to Los Angeles Business Journal’s “Most Influential Women Attorneys”

The firm is pleased to announce that partner Suann MacIsaac has been selected for inclusion in the Los Angeles Business Journal’s list of the “Most Influential Women Attorneys” for 2019. Read the full article

KWIKA Wins Unanimous 11th Circuit Court of Appeals Decision for the Kardashian Sisters

KWIKA is pleased to announce that the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals in Miami, in an unanimous decision, ruled today in favor of firm clients, Kourtney, Kim and Khloe Kardashian, ending over seven years of litigation brought by a UK distributor of a competing brand. Read the full article

Four KWIKA Attorneys Named Among THR’s 2019 “Power Lawyers”

The firm is pleased to announce that Howard Weitzman was named as one of the inaugural group of The Hollywood Reporter’s “Legal Legends," and that Dale Kinsella, Michael Kump and Chad Fitzgerald were named to THR's annual "Power Lawyers" list. Read the full article

KWIKA Obtains $179M Award Against Fox et al in Long-Running “Bones” Matter

The firm recently obtained a $179 million arbitration award, the second largest in television industry history, after successfully representing the executive producer of the hit television series Bones in an arbitration against 20th Century Fox Television, the Fox network and affiliated companies. The decision concluded that 20th Century Fox Television cheated the plaintiff out of his share of profits from the show, and that network executives threatened to cancel the series if he did not accept a lower licensing fee from Fox. Read the full article