Agent of 'Hawaii Five-O' Creator Denied Win in Lawsuit Over CBS Remake

George Litto, the talent agent who represented Leonard Freeman, the writer-producer of the original Hawaii Five-O series, will have to go to trial in February to determine whether he has been unfairly cut out of financial participation from the remade CBS series. The attorney for Litto had hoped to score an early knockout punch at a summary judgment hearing on Wednesday, but a Los Angeles Superior Court has decided that an issue of contractual interpretation is best left for the jury.

The plaintiff brought the $100 million lawsuit in May, 2012, and detailed the long, complicated backstory of Hawaii Five-O.  Read More...


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