Ovitz v. Schulman: Ovitz wins, then loses again
Michael Ovitz, his litigation with Disney still visible in the rear-view mirror, has both won and lost a separate arbitration, writes Cathy Kirkman. She explains: "The case involved a dispute between super-agent Michael Ovitz and Catherine Schulman, who had been hired as president of an entertainment venture to produce feature films. Schulman lost the arbitration, but she successfully vacated the award because the arbitrator failed to disclose that he was handling another arbitration for the law firm representing Ovitz ..."
Related: Bob, we Mouseketeers call this the 'Ovitz clause'
Posted by Laurel Newby on October 28, 2005 at 12:41 PM | Permalink
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