The end is on the horizon for a $300 million action against AMC Networks initiated by 'The Walking Dead' creator Robert Kirkman and other executive producers. Plaintiffs allege AMC intentionally failed to pay the show's creator and producers their due. The result of this case may have broader implications for profit-participation agreements across Hollywood. Deadline's recent article covers the ongoing litigation and quotes a testimony given by Media + Entertainment Co-Chair Partner James Janowitz.
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More About Janowitz's Practice
Partner James Janowitz is among the country's most respected entertainment and media lawyers. As co-chair of Pryor Cashman's Media + Entertainment Group and a senior partner in the Litigation Group, Jim has helped the firm build one of the most comprehensive entertainment practices in the country. He represents some of the industry's most celebrated artists as well as influential producers, film studios, television studios, networks, and investors.
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