Prospect Park, the LA-based production company that took on revitalizing All My Chilldren and One Life to Live and putting both serialized dramas into internet distribution, has been plagued with nothing but controversery almost since day one. With both soaps now on hiatus, and Prospect Park engaged in a multi-million dollar law suit with Disney/ABC thanks to ABC killing off several One Life to Live characters, the production company is now in yet another legal dispute.
Prospect Park co-founder, Jeff Kwatinetz has filed a complaint in regard to a non-compete clause that was part of his agreement with ABRY Senior Equity IV, L.P., and other investment arms of the ABRY corporation.
This is a very complicated turn of events, and Deadline has the exclusive. One thing is certain, per Deadline. Kwatinetz does want to continue producing All My Children and One Life to Live.
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