Provided by Dale F Kinsella
Entertainment Litigation, Entertainment IP Litigation, Intellectual Property Litigation, Business Litigation
Dale Kinsella is a nationally known trial lawyer specializing in the areas of entertainment and intellectual property litigation. During his career, he has successfully tried numerous cases in state and federal courts, and in private arbitrations and administrative proceedings, involving a wide array of disputes, from copyright and trademark infringement matters to antitrust and securities litigation. Mr. Kinsella has represented large domestic and international corporations, major motion picture studios, record companies, law firms, and professional athletes and actors. He has successfully represented 'The Walking Dead' television show creator Frank Darabont and CAA in their profit participation suit against AMC, legendary boxer Manny Pacquiao, Hurt Locker director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal, and American Idol’s Simon Fuller.
Mr. Kinsella has successfully represented motion picture studios, as well as recording companies including DreamWorks, Universal Studios and Legendary Films. Other clients have included numerous actors, actresses, writers, producers, directors and recording artists as well as domestic and international companies in complex licensing disputes involving copyright and trademark rights. Numerous artists as well as studios have requested his representation in “net profit” litigation involving prime time network television series and major motion pictures.