March 16th, 2021

The Hollywood Reporter

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Early Sullivan’s Representation of “Blacklight” Screenwriter Covered in The Hollywood Reporter

Devin McRae and Zachary Gidding recently filed a complaint on behalf of Federal Trade Commission attorney and first-time screenwriter Nick May, which alleges that “Ozark” co-creator Mark Williams wrongfully claimed a writing credit on the upcoming Liam Neeson film “Blacklight.” According to the suit, Williams stole credit for May’s script, along with the potential net profits that come with the film, by claiming the sole “screenplay by” and “written by” credit for himself, while only giving May a “story by” credit.

For more information on the suit, see The Hollywood Reporter.