The verdict was the culmination of a legal battle between Kudrow and her former manager, Scott Howard, that lasted six years. Howard claimed he had an oral agreement with the actress and wanted $1.7 million from re-runs of the sitcom and other projects.
Kudrow testified that she felt it wasn't necessary to have a manager while she was on the show. She also said she paid Howard more than $11 million.
The two worked together for 16 years, and then parted ways in 2007.
But a jury ultimately sided with Howard, finding that Kudrow was liable for breach of contract.