The firm’s ongoing representation of filmmaker Gregory Caruso, director and co-writer of Flock of Four, was recently covered in Deadline. Click here to read the full article.
Ken Kleinberg and Christine Cuddy were recently recognized by The Hollywood Reporter as being among the entertainment industry’s top 100 “Power Lawyers” for 2018. Read More→
Ken Kleinberg recently represented famed animator Glen Keane in his deal to direct Pearl Studio’s film “Over the Moon” as an exclusive for Netflix. The film, a musical adventure about a girl who builds a rocket ship to the moon, will be released by Netflix and in Chinese theaters in 2020.
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The firm is pleased to announce that Robert Lange and Jill Smith have been selected for inclusion in Thomson Reuters’ exclusive list of Top 100 Southern California “Super Lawyers.” Candace Carlo and Jill Smith were also both recognized as Southern California Top Women “Super Lawyers.”
“Super Lawyers” is a rating service of outstanding lawyers from a wide range of practice areas who have attained a high-degree of peer recognition and professional achievement. The selection process is multi-phased and includes independent research, peer nominations and peer evaluations. Lawyers appearing in the “Super Lawyers” top lists scored the highest during the selection process.
The firm is pleased to announce that Ken Kleinberg, Robert Lange, Candace Carlo, Christine Cuddy and Jill Smith were recognized as 2018 “Super Lawyers” by Thomson Reuters. All five were named in the Entertainment & Sports category, with Ken Kleinberg additionally recognized in the Intellectual Property category. Read More→
Ken Kleinberg was recently quoted in Meg James and Ryan Faughnder’s Los Angeles Times article “After Disney-Fox deal, smaller players like Paramount and MGM face pressure to bulk up. Read More→
Jill Smith was recently quoted in Kim Masters and Ashley Cullins’ Hollywood Reporter article “Is a $1 Billion Franchise Built on a Predator?” which discusses the sexual misconduct allegations against Ed Warren, whose work with his wife as demonologists inspired “The Conjuring” horror movie franchise. In the article, Jill discusses the unusual specific language in Lorraine Warren’s deal with New Line, which ostensibly aimed to prevent these allegations from being portrayed in the films.
Kleinberg Lange Cuddy & Carlo was recently recognized as a “Best Law Firm” by U.S. News – Best Lawyers® for 2018, achieving rankings in the practice area of Entertainment Law – Motion Pictures & Television. The firm received a Regional Tier 1 designation for Los Angeles, in addition to a National Tier 2 designation.
Kleinberg Lange Cuddy & Carlo was recently profiled in California’s leading legal publication, the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal. Read More→