Bird Marella attorney Kimberly Meyer has been named a Law360 Rising Star, an honor only five attorneys received nationally in the Media & Entertainment category.
Ms. Meyer specializes in entertainment, intellectual property, and gaming litigation. Notably, she played a pivotal role in representing Scarlett Johansson in a groundbreaking lawsuit that alleged Disney interfered with Ms. Johansson’s contract to star in the Marvel film Black Widow. Ms. Meyer was also a member of the team that won the largest award in the history of profit participation arbitrations on behalf of Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz, the stars of the long-running hit TV show Bones, and author-producer Kathleen Reichs, against 21st Century Fox. Ms. Meyer works on several confidential matters concerning cutting-edge issues in the entertainment industry alongside principal John Berlinski.
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Law360’s Rising Stars profiles the top legal talent under 40. The honorees are comprised of top litigators and dealmakers across the United States practicing at a level usually seen from veteran attorneys.