Power Lawyers 2011
The former federal prosecutor jolted Hollywood last summer by winning a $51 million judgment in favor of actor Don Johnson, who sued Mark Cuban and Rysher Entertainment for 50 percent of profits from the TV series Nash Bridges (it's on appeal). He also repped IMG Worldwide in trade-secret litigation after one of its employees left and went to work for CAA. Holscher, father to four kids under 9 (with a fifth on the way), was able to show that the employee copied and took computer files with him that IMG considered confidential.
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- Jerry Seinfeld Got Coffee With Trevor Noah and Told Him He's Going to Do 'Just Fine'