Ron Nessim and Julia Cherlow Publish Article in UCLA Entertainment Law Review Discussing How Profit Participants Can Protect Themselves from Self-Dealing in Television Streaming Distribution

Principals Ron Nessim and Julia Cherlow recently authored the article, “The Application of the Sales Comparison Affiliate Transaction Provision to New, In-House Streaming Transactions Involving Historical Television Programs, and Their Impact on Profit Participants,” for the UCLA Entertainment Law Review  (Volume 28, Issue 1).    Nessim and Cherlow provide valuable insights into the ...

A. Howard Matz’s Distinguished Mediation and Arbitration Career Featured in Daily Journal

Senior Counsel A. Howard Matz was featured in the Daily Journal article, “Even Handed,” as part of its ADR Profiles series. The article illustrates his expertise within alternative dispute resolution (ADR), his reputation among other lawyers who have witnessed his work first-hand, and his respective techniques for arbitrating and mediating cases. A co-founder of Bird Marella, Matz served as a federal judge for 15 years ...

Julia Cherlow Authors ABA Article on Best Practices for Young Attorneys in the Courtroom

Associate Julia B. Cherlow authored the article, “May It Please the Court: Best Practices for a Young Attorney Taking the Podium” for the American Bar Association. Cherlow outlines ​strategies for young attorneys arguing their first motion independently in court and provides recommendations on preparation, courtroom etiquette, and interacting with the judge. Click ...

Nicole Rodriguez Van Dyk and Jimmy Threatt Discuss Corporate Compliance Programs Following DOJ’s Updated Guidance

Principal Nicole Rodriguez Van Dyk and associate Jimmy Threatt co-authored the article, “Strategic Compliance: The Benefit of a Results-Oriented Approach to Corporate Compliance Programs,” featured in Corporate LiveWire’s Fraud & White Collar Crime 2020 Expert Guide. The article provides an analysis of the updated guidance from the Criminal Division of the Department ...

Timothy B. Yoo Discusses Korean Pop Culture’s Thriving Impact on Global Business Landscape

Principal Timothy B. Yoo authored the Bloomberg Law article, “K-Pop to Parasite—Navigating South Korean Business Culture.” The article details the rise of Korean entertainment as it reaches global phenomena, inevitably shaping the way content providers conduct international business. Yoo, who successfully defended CJ Entertainment & Media in a 2016 copyright infringement ...

Timothy B. Yoo Explores Legal Challenges for Video Streaming Services as Demand Grows

Principal Timothy B. Yoo authored the Daily Journal article, “Proliferation of Streaming Video Services Could Lead to Increased Regulations and Taxes on OTT Providers.” The article discusses the legalities surrounding the prominence of video streaming services such as Netflix and the emergence of new regulatory issues in several states.  As an established specialist on ...