You hear them. You see them. That's audiovisual to mePuzo heirs sue Paramount over game Jun 19, 2008
The last time we heard garbage like this was from (Nazi propaganda head) Joseph GoebbelsPinsky apologizes for Cruise comments Jun 14, 2008
I wrote a letter to Mr. Morton back in November 2005 and said he obviously was entitled to write the book but 'make sure you check your facts.' ....If he tries to use my letter to create the impression that Mr. Cruise did have a gay affair, we will certainly sue ... because the story is false. Mr. Cruise is not gayCruise biography could prompt dispute Jan 06, 2008
I told him Paramount is not a place that he should be making picturesCruise to finance films with hedge funds Aug 24, 2006
Anyone who knows Aaron knows that he is the courtliest gentleman in the world who is incapable of that kind of conductSpelling libel suit to expand Nov 30, 2005
Bertram Fields (March 31, 1929) is an American lawyer famous for his work in the field of entertainment law; he has represented many of the leading studios, as well as individual celebrities including The Beatles, Warren Beatty, James Cameron, Mike Nichols, Joel Silver, Tom Cruise, Dustin Hoffman, and John Travolta.
He received his B.A. from University of California, Los Angeles in 1949 and his LL.B. from Harvard Law School (magna cum laude) in 1952. He is a member of the California and New York Bars. In addition to the clients above, he represented George Lucas in contract negotiations with The Walt Disney Company regarding Disney theme parks. He also represented Paramount Pictures in its appeal of the Buchwald v. Paramount case over Coming to America, and in other civil litigation.
Fields represented Jeffrey Katzenberg in landmark action against Disney and obtained multi-million dollar judgement for George Harrison against his former business manager. He also represented DreamWorks SKG and Steven Spielberg in defeating an application for an injunction against exhibition of Amistad.