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Appeals Court Reviews The Turtles' Royalties Dispute With Pandora
Appeals Court Reviews The Turtles' Royalties Dispute With Pandora
Does selling a song to the public qualify as "publishing" it?
Media Companies Rally Behind Rolling Stone Bid to Overturn Defamation Verdict
Media Companies Rally Behind Rolling Stone Bid to Overturn Defamation Verdict
The Washington Post, AP and others submit an amicus brief that argues the verdict will discourage the news media from correcting errors.
Judge Rules 'Midnight Rider' Producer Can't Collect on Insurance Due to Criminal Acts
Judge Rules 'Midnight Rider' Producer Can't Collect on Insurance Due to Criminal Acts
Film director Randall Miller and producer Jody Savin also are denied a bid to amend their lawsuit to allege bad faith on the part of New York Marine.
Michael Jackson's Executor, Manager Ordered to Testify in Billion-Dollar Tax Battle
Michael Jackson's Executor, Manager Ordered to Testify in Billion-Dollar Tax Battle
A U.S. Tax Court judge has also deemed as inadmissible a report from one of the nation's leading First Amendment scholars.
Fox Strikes Back at Netflix's Attempt to Void Fixed-Term Employment Deals
Fox Strikes Back at Netflix's Attempt to Void Fixed-Term Employment Deals
The content giant demands that a judge halt Netflix's counterclaims.
Spotify Challenges Ruling Over "Unconscionable" Way It Forces Users Into Arbitration
Spotify Challenges Ruling Over "Unconscionable" Way It Forces Users Into Arbitration
The streaming company is facing a proposed class action over claims it automatically renews subscriptions without proper notice and consent.
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Defends Time Warner Acquisition Before Congress
AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Defends Time Warner Acquisition Before Congress
One senator calls out Donald Trump's promise to block the merger as a potential abuse of power while witnesses discuss the benefits and concerns of the $85 billion deal.
Global Music Rights Takes Fire at Radio "Cartel"
Global Music Rights Takes Fire at Radio "Cartel"
Dueling antitrust claims could shake the music industry.
Zooey Deschanel Claims Manager Brought Strangers Into Her Dressing Room
Zooey Deschanel Claims Manager Brought Strangers Into Her Dressing Room
In court papers, the actress also says she switched talent agencies upon encouragement as part of an alleged act of retaliation against CAA.
Appeals Court Reviews Lawsuit Claiming 'The Purge' Was Stolen
Appeals Court Reviews Lawsuit Claiming 'The Purge' Was Stolen
Douglas Jordan-Benel scored a victory for those alleging idea theft, but can Universal reverse it?
Rolling Stone Asks Judge to Toss Jury's Defamation Verdict
Rolling Stone Asks Judge to Toss Jury's Defamation Verdict
"In the end, the jury verdict acts as a million-dollar penalty against a publisher that sought to promptly put readers on notice of serious concerns with an article and, as such, violates basic public policy."
Bill Cosby Accusers Request Pause on Defamation Lawsuit
Bill Cosby Accusers Request Pause on Defamation Lawsuit
The entertainer is allegedly misuing his role as defendant in a civil lawsuit to benefit his defense in a criminal matter.