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Writers Guild Trying to Shut Down Bri...

Her case “underscores the horrors of being a successful writer in Hollywood,” says her attorney, Neville Johnson of Johnson & Johnson.

Writers Guild Trying to Shut Down Bring It On: The Musical’
posted on: Aug 18, 2011 | author: admin

SAG preliminary settlement OK’d

A state court judge has given preliminary approval to a proposed settlement in Ken Osmond's class-action lawsuit over how the Screen Actors Guild's disburses money collected from foreign tax revenues.

SAG preliminary settlement OK’d
posted on: Sep 20, 2010 | author: admin

Guild Reaches Deal on Foreign Levies

SAG ends a lawsuit that accused the union of failing to distribute millions of dollars in foreign distribution levies

Guild Reaches Deal on Foreign Levies
posted on: Aug 11, 2010 | author: admin

Judge Settles Fee Dispute

Class action settlement against the Writers Guild of America West over unpaid foreign distribution levies ...

Judge Settles Fee Dispute
posted on: Jul 2, 2010 | author: admin

Screenwriters Deal Approved

A judge has approved a final settlement agreement between a class of screenwriters and the Writers Guild of America West,

Screenwriters Deal Approved
posted on: Jun 9, 2010 | author: admin

Screen Writers Set to Get $30 Million

A five-year legal battle over tens of millions of dollars owed to film and television writers took a step closer to a resolution Monday.

Screen Writers Set to Get $30 Million
posted on: May 5, 2010 | author: admin

Lawyer Battles Unions in Foreign Levi...

Neville Johnson, the 60-year-old founder of Beverly Hills' seven-attorney firm Johnson & Johnson, sat hunched over a counsel table

Lawyer Battles Unions in Foreign Levies Cases
posted on: Mar 19, 2010 | author: admin

State judge approves WGA settlement

Neville Johnson, Richert's attorney, said "I'm thrilled writers and heirs getting paid these funds after two decades."

State judge approves WGA settlement
posted on: Oct 1, 2009 | author: admin

SAG facing ‘Money’ allegations

Los Angeles attorney Neville L. Johnson is representing Ken Osmond, William Richert and William Webb.

SAG facing ‘Money’ allegations
posted on: Dec 2, 2008 | author: admin

SAG says ‘Get Your Money’

Guild aims to redistribute $25 mil in residuals

SAG says ‘Get Your Money’
posted on: Oct 29, 2008 | author: admin

Beaver’ actor sues SAG

Ken Osmond, who played the troublemaking Eddie Haskell on TV's "Leave It to Beaver," sued SAG on Tuesday

Beaver’ actor sues SAG
posted on: Sep 19, 2008 | author: admin

Guild Settles With Non-Union Director...

Guild Settles With Non-Union Directors Over Foreign Levies By Cortney Fielding Daily Journal Staff Writer...

Guild Settles With Non-Union Directors Over Foreign Levi
posted on: Sep 15, 2008 | author: admin

SAG moves to settle suit

SAG moves to settle suit Talks begin over foreign tax revenues Los Angeles attorney Neville L. Johnson is...

SAG moves to settle suit
posted on: Sep 14, 2008 | author: admin

William Webb receives settlement from...

William Webb receives settlement from Director's Guild of American (DGA) for non-payment of foreign tax collections.

William Webb receives settlement from Director’s Guild of America
posted on: Apr 14, 2008 | author: admin

Secrets at SAG: Where’s the Money?

A lawsuit has raised serious questions of dubious dealings between Hollywood's labor unions and the studios

Secrets at SAG: Where’s the Money?
posted on: Mar 18, 2008 | author: admin

Judge rules on SAG tax distribution

A federal judge has dealt a setback to the Screen Actors Guild over how it disburses millions of dollars from foreign tax revenues to actors

Judge rules on SAG tax distribution
posted on: Mar 18, 2008 | author: admin

A Conversation with Attorney Neville ...

Lawsuit against the Writers Guild of American alleging that millions of dollars of foreign payments were not paid to members.

A Conversation with Attorney Neville Johnson
posted on: Jul 1, 2004 | author: admin