Jefferson Starship Guitarist Cleared to Pursue Breach Suit

A judge recently ruled that Craig Chaquico, former lead guitarist of Jefferson Starship, is allowed to pursue his breach of contract claim against current band members David Freiberg and Donny Baldwin for performance and merchandising revenues made since January 2016. Read More

KWIKA continues to defend Frank Darabont/CAA in ‘Walking Dead’ Dispute

The firm's continued representation of The Walking Dead creator Frank Darabont in his profit participation lawsuit against AMC was recently covered in several entertainment publications. Read More

David Swift Speaks to The Wrap

The Wrap recently asked David Swift to comment on a possible defamation claim arising from a Twitter feud between actor Michael Rapaport and ESPN host Dan Le Batard. Read More

Larry Iser Quoted in Several Publications Regarding “Carpenters” Royalties Lawsuit

Larry Iser was recently quoted in the Associated Press article “Surviving Carpenters Member Sues Over Digital Royalties,” the Variety article "The Carpenters Sue Universal Music Over Digital Royalties," the BBC article "The Carpenters sue Universal Music over unpaid royalties" and the Billboard article "Carpenters' Surviving Member Suing Universal Music Group Over Digital Royalties." Read More

Larry Iser Speaks to Variety on Burke Ramsey Defamation Case

Variety recently reached out to Larry Iser for his opinion on Burke Ramsey’s $750 million lawsuit against CBS over the documentary “The Case Of: JonBenet Ramsey.” Read More

Mike Kump Featured in Michigan Law’s “The Quadrangle”

Mike Kump was mentioned in the Fall 2016 Issue of Michigan Law School’s magazine “The Quadrangle,” which features achievements of Michigan Law School grads. Read More

The Cast Of Hamilton Sings A Song Of Six Pence – Forbes

Larry Iser’s article "The Cast Of Hamilton Sings A Song Of Six Pence” was published in Forbes on November 21, 2016. In the article, Larry discusses the Broadway musical cast’s open message to VP-elect Mike Pence in the context of the First Amendment. Read More

Producer Claims Fraud In Connection With Children’s Entertainment Partnership – Forbes

Patti Millet’s article “Producer Claims Fraud In Connection With Children’s Entertainment Partnership” appeared in Forbes on November 9, 2016. Read More

Larry Iser Explains the Legal Barriers Confronting VidAngel

KWIKA Managing Partner Larry Iser recently weighed in on the lawsuit filed by Disney, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. Entertainment against VidAngel, a company offering technology to filter out sex, violence, nudity, etc. from motion pictures and television shows that are streamed by VidAngel to its customers. The studios accuse VidAngel of copyright infringement for not obtaining licenses to stream the content. Read More

Jon Steinsapir Speaks, Writes on Leslie Jones Hack

Jon Steinsapir recently commented on the hack against comedian Leslie Jones in Sandy Cohen’s Associated Press article “Jones website hack reveals stars’ tricky cyber landscape,” which also appeared in Yahoo News, U.S. News & World Report, Chicago Tribune, and others. Read More