3 December 2013 12:06 PM, PST | Deadline TV | See recent Deadline TV news »

Exclusive: Prospect Park’s multi-million dollar legal battle with ABC over licensed soaps All My Children and One Life To Live isn’t the only courtroom drama the production company is now facing. Co-Founder Jeff Kwatinetz has filed a complaint against the company and Abry Senior Equity IV, L.P., Abry Investment Partnership, L.P., and Abry Senior Equity Co-Investment Fund IV. The producer and talent manager is seeking a declaratory judgment over non-compete clauses in a December 31, 2012 employment agreement he signed with Prospect Park when the Boston-based investors came on board late last year. Long story short, Kwatinetz wants a judge to decide if the “unenforceable non-competition and non-solicitation provision” would actually prevented him from working for another company for 5 years and if Prospect and Abry could get an injunction to force him to work for them for 5 years if he attempted to leave. “In addition, the Guarantee contains »

- DOMINIC PATTEN

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