For the sixth consecutive year, The Hollywood Reporter named Neville Johnson a Power Lawyer, one the top 100 entertainment lawyers in the US
The National Conference of Personal Managers (NCOPM) lost the first round of its fight against the constitutionality of the California Talent Agencies Act (TAA)
Martha Davis has been looking at her royalty statements and wondering whether she should be getting more income when consumers buy music off of digital outlets.
“It’s exciting to challenge practices in the music, film and television industries that violate the rights of talent for compensation they are owed,” Johnson says.
Glen Larson is represented by attorney Neville Johnson, who previously handled the lawsuit of Jack Klugman, star of the Larson-produced show Quincy, M.E.
The plaintiff is repped by teams from L.A.’s Johnson & Johnson, Kiesel & Larson, and Pearson Simon Warshaw & Penny