Gibson Dunn (and Zombie Allies) Guide Cablevision and AMC to $700 Million Dish Settlement

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Dish-subscribing Walking Dead fans rejoiced on Sunday, when the satellite cable provider finally reached the breaking point in its knock-down, drag-out breach-of-contract battle with Cablevision and AMC. Under the terms of the deal, Dish will shell out $700 million and resume airing blockbuster AMC programming like Mad Men and The Walking Dead that it dropped from its lineup last summer.

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