Power Lawyers 2011
It sounds like a plot from the show: Levin is representing ABC and Desperate Housewives creator Marc Cherry in a lawsuit brought by fired actress Nicolette Sheridan over an alleged slap on the set. The case, which includes claims of wrongful termination, battery and unlawful retaliation, is headed to trial in mid-October. Levin, a Seattle native with three children, came to prominence in Hollywood by successfully defending Warner Bros. in a well-known case alleging that dirty language in the Friends writers room amounted to harassment in the workplace. This year, he successfully defended endorsement agent Todd Shemarya in another harassment case. "That was a two-week trial where I got a verdict in less than 30 minutes," he boasts.
OFF-DUTY Yoga Hop in Santa Monica, where Levin practices power yoga set to hip-hop.
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