Bluefield Daily Telegraph, Bluefield, WV

Entertainment

October 2, 2012

Court trims verdict over 'Nash Bridges' profits

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BLUEFIELD —

They argued at trial that the series was costly to produce and that was why Johnson hadn't been paid more.

Johnson was awarded half of the show's copyrights at trial, which made him eligible to receive continued profits from the show as long as it remains in syndication. His attorney Mark Holscher also praised the ruling, and a news release from his firm stated that the series is expected to earn more than $50 million in the coming years.

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