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 More

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 More

The Upright Citizens Brigade’s Guide To Improv In Litigation – Business Law News

Allen Secretov's article "The Upright Citizens Brigade's Guide To Improv In Litigation" was recently published in the California Lawyers Association's Business Law News. Read More

Larry Iser Comments on Jeff Bezos, Enquirer Legal Battle

Larry Iser was recently quoted in Edvard Pettersson's Bloomberg article "Jeff Bezos' Lawyer Is Known for Scaring Tabloids Away From Hollywood Celebrities." Read More

Jeff Bezos, The National Enquirer And The Meaning Of ‘Extortion’ – Forbes

Zachary Elsea's article "Jeff Bezos, The National Enquirer And The Meaning Of 'Extortion,'" which was selected as an "Editor's Pick," was published in Forbes on February 8, 2019. Read More

Ed Sheeran Going To Trial Over ‘Thinking Out Loud’ Plagiarism Allegations – Forbes

Josh Rosenberg’s article "Ed Sheeran Going To Trial Over 'Thinking Out Loud' Plagiarism Allegations" appeared in Forbes on January 4, 2019. Read More

Controversial ‘Blurred Lines’ Suit Ends In $5 Million Verdict – Forbes

Josh Rosenberg’s article "Controversial ‘Blurred Lines’ Suit Ends In $5 Million Verdict” appeared in Forbes on December 14, 2018. Read More

Shawn Holley Profiled in Glamour Magazine

Shawn Holley was recently profiled in Mattie Kahn’s Glamour article “Shawn Holley Will Free You Now” for her work with client Kim Kardashian West in freeing Alice Marie Johnson, a woman sentenced to serve life in prison for nonviolent drug charges. Read More

Jon Steinsapir Comments on LL Cool J Lawsuit in Bloomberg Law

Jon Steinsapir was recently quoted in Kyle Jahner’s Bloomberg Law article "LL Cool J May Luck Into ‘Rock the Bells’ Rights for Sirius Channel,” which analyzes the hip hop artist’s trademark lawsuit over the name of now-defunct music festival Rock the Bells. Read More

Hollywood Reporter Covers Denied Motion to Dismiss Player Lawsuit

The Hollywood Reporter recently covered a judge's order denying the motion to dismiss a trademark lawsuit between the founding members of Player, known for their hit "Baby Come Back." Read More