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Freedman + Taitelman
Freedman is a go-to guy in crisis litigation to recoup pay and reputations for those discharged from high-profile jobs: Chris Cuomo exiting CNN, Mike Richards leaving TV game show “Jeopardy!” and Chris Harrison departing “The Bachelor” long-running TV series. The Los Angeles-based attorney also defends Quentin Tarantino selling NFTs based on his “Pulp Fiction” screenplay. Freedman additionally handles online influencers and collateral issues in divorces.
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Freedman says Hollywood employers face legal peril firing personnel based on accusations alone. “Networks and studios need to be very careful when they decide to become the judge and jury,” he cautions.