Former corporate lawyer and now screenwriter explains why the Studios seem to be acting, well ... kinda crazy. Strikes are Lawyer Games, the way frolicking in the snow and stringing thin chain across snowmobile paths are Reindeer Games.
Although I think he underestimates the hard-assery of several of the involved executives, it's a good chat about how these things tend to go in the corporate world, and how this one's going to go. In a nutshell: hang tight, don't take a bad deal just because the directors do, and put DVD residuals back on the table. (yeah!)