A week after a New York judge rejected AMC’s efforts to have Frank Darabont and CAA’s claims to more profits from The Walking Dead dismissed, a newish brouhaha has flared up between both sides’ lawyers. In a sense, it’s not totally unexpected in a case that has seen even odder-than-usual accusations and occasions from both the fired and former TWD EP and his agency and the cabler in the more than two years the matter has been before the courts. This latest venting started on Tuesday, when AMC’s attorney Aaron Marks wrote a letter to Judge Eileen Branston “pursuant to Your Honor’s request during oral argument last week.” Going back and forth with AMC lawyer John Berlinski at the February 9 hearing, the New York Supreme Court judge had said that she would take a “relook” based on “some additional issues” raised. After Marks’ letter was filed yesterday, Darabont and CAA lawyer Jerry Bernstein wasted no time or feelings in his reply of sorts today. “I am writing in response to Defendants’ clearly improper, and sanctionable, supplemental briefing filed yesterday,” the Blank Rome LLP man wrote in a letter dated February 17. “Defendants’ counsel has now filed what amounts to a third brief in… Read full this story
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