Los Angeles, CA, June 15, 2018 --(PR.com
)-- Freedman & Taitelman, LLP, a Los Angeles-based law firm, has obtained a Summary Judgement victory involving the estate of late television star Wayne Rogers, who was sued by ex-partner Melinda Naud for alleged unpaid child support.
The case has been in litigation since 2013, when Naud initially claimed that Rogers owed her in unpaid expenses related to their now 32-year-old son.
Bryan Freedman, who represented the Rogers’ estate, successfully argued numerous issues before the Court. These included, but were not limited to: the failure of the Plaintiff to identify alleged breaches of a Written Agreement between the two parties, as well as the validity of some of the Plaintiff's motions due to statute of limitations.
“We’re pleased with the Court’s decision and happy to have this matter resolved,” said Bryan Freedman, who served as lead attorney on the case. “This ruling vindicates Mr. Rogers, while at the same time, provides closure to his family,” Freedman added.
Best known for his role as Trapper John on the smash hit television series M*A*S*H, Rogers passed away in December, 2015 due to complications from pneumonia. He was 82.
The case was heard before the Superior Court of California in Los Angeles and overseen by the Honorable Michael J. Raphael.
About Freedman & Taitelman
Founded by Bryan Freedman and Michael Taitelman, Freedman & Taitelman, LLP is a Los Angeles-based law practice dedicated to entertainment and media law, sports law, as well as business, real estate and employment litigation. The firm represents a diverse range of clients in Southern California, as well as throughout the United States and around the world.
Recognized as renowned litigators, Freedman & Taitelman's client list is a Who’s Who within the entertainment industry and the firm is often involved in complex, high profile cases. The media frequently reports on the their work.
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