After working on cases for the Kardashians and the Estate of Michael Jackson at one of Hollywood’s heavyweight law firms, Katherine Kleindienst, Joshua Rosenberg and Nicholas Soltman have been promoted to partners at Kinsella Weitzman Iser Kump & Aldisert, LLP.

“We are delighted to welcome Kat, Josh and Nick into the Partnership,” says KWIKA’s Managing Partner Lawrence Iser of the elevations. “They are dedicated and talented litigators, zealous advocates for our clients, and well-rounded, exceptional people.”

 

Along with matters involving Legendary and Warner Bros’ Kong: Skull Island and Bones EP Barry Josephson’s ongoing battle with Fox over profits from the David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel led series, Kleindienst and Soltman have been deep in the docket for cosmetics lawsuits and more filed against the kinda high profile Kardashian and Jenner families.

Battles that stand out in a firm that has had The Walking Dead and Johnny Depp suits on its dance card in recent years.

Working with Jackson estate attorney and now fellow partner Howard Weitzman on a case over a documentary on the deceased Thriller singer, Rosenberg has centered a lot of his efforts at KWIKA on executive employment disputes with networks and studios.

Georgetown University Law grad Kleindienst and Loyola Law School graduate Rosenberg both joined Kinsella Weitzman in 2015 from O’Melveny & Myers. University of Chicago Law School alum Soltman boarded KWIKA the same year from Munger Tolles & Olsen where he spent a lot of time defending the NFL in a series of concussion actions.