Headline Legal News – Neville Johnson & Sag

Neville L. Johnson of Johnson & Johnson, LLP is featured in an exciting, exclusive, in-depth and inside interview with former child actor Ken Osmond discussing

SAG and $8 million in foreign residuals owed to its members. Mr. Johnson represents Ken Osmond, who played the troublemaking Eddie Haskell on TV’s “Leave It to Beaver,” claiming that SAG collected more than $8 million in foreign residuals on behalf of its members and nonmembers but has not passed on the profits. Osmond filed the suit in Los Angeles Superior Court as a proposed class action case, which, if approved, would allow others in similar situations to participate in the litigation. For Osmond, who went on to become a Los Angeles police officer, SAG allegedly has collected money for the overseas exploitation of “Leave It to Beaver.” In June, SAG allegedly “stonewalled” Osmond and his requests to audit its books and explain how it collects and pays out foreign residuals.

Neville L. Johnson is a founding partner of Johnson & Johnson, LLP. He specializes in media, entertainment, class action, privacy, and complex business litigation matters. Mr. Johnson is a graduate of the University of California, Berkeley, where he was Phi Beta Kappa. He received his law degree from Southwestern University School of Law, graduating at the top of his class.

Johnson & Johnson’s lawyers are well known for handling numerous high profile and wide-reaching entertainment matters. The firm has represented actors, producers, directors, screenwriters, authors, personal managers, production companies, musicians, composers, publishers, and independent record companies. Johnson & Johnson represents companies and individuals in complex business litigation. Representative matters include: partnership disputes, breach of fiduciary duty, fraud, actors for breach of contract, unfair competition, and consumer class actions. The lawyers at the firm specialize in copyright law, idea protection law, trade secret law, trademark law, domain name disputes, and cybersquatting litigation.

You can contact Mr. Johnson reach at 310-975-1080, or www.jjllplaw.com