Champions of Justice Radio Show, KRLA 870 AM, August 2, 2008
Neville L. Johnson took on SAG, WGA and DGA over the millions he alleges are owed to guild members from the collection of foreign levies.
Suing the media, supporting the First Amendment: the paradox of Neville Johnson and the battle for privacy By Robert D. Richards and Clay Calvert Albany Law Review, June 22, 2004 Johnson is the man to whom many plaintiffs now turn when it comes to suing the media. Perhaps only Atlanta-based attorney L. Lin Wood–who represents […]
Establishing Constitutional Malice for Defamation and Privacy, Hidden Cameras and Deception
Harvard Law Review, Vol. IV, No. 5, December 15, 1890