Confidential settlement between parties involving payment to my clients Mohler and Wood.
The Calling band members Billy Mohler and Nate Wood sued fellow band members Alex Band, Aaron Kamin, and the band's managment company for failure to pay Mohler and Wood their share of artist's income from the record, company, touring, and merchandising.
Brown v. Suge Knight, Death Row Records
May 16, 2001
$14.3 million verdict, including $10M in punitive damages --this was the 8th largest punitive damage award in CA during 2000
Music production company and music publisher's lawsuit against Death Row Records owner and company regarding artist and publishing royalties from the artist Kurupt.
On claims for intereference with contract, the jury's verdict was $4.3M in compensatory damages, $10M in punitive damages.
Speck, Mophie, Otterbox, Adobe, BMW, Zumba, etc. (represented by Johnson & Pham) v. various clients
Confidential settlements reached in every case.
Johnson & Pham, representing the above-mentioned IP owners, asserted claims of alleged infringement of their copyrighted works and their trademarked products.
Cole v. City of Santa Monica
Land use and zoning
Verdicts in favor of several of the plaintiffs.
Cole and others sued the City of Santa Monica for harm to the values of their homes due to the City's operation of its airport, including allowing jets to use the small runway extremely close to the homes.