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Will High-Priced Art Ever Be Auctioned Again in California?
Will High-Priced Art Ever Be Auctioned Again in California?
An appeals court rules a portion of the California Resale Royalties Act is unconstitutional. What's the impact of removing six words from the law?
'Midnight Rider' Producer Claims Insurance Company "Sabotaged" Film
'Midnight Rider' Producer Claims Insurance Company "Sabotaged" Film
Film Allman asserts it was pushed into a settlement with Sarah Jones' family, says that Randall Miller's guilty plea doesn't mean he's guilty, and describes how it attempted to revive the rock & roll film.
"Blurred Lines" Judge Asked to Grant New Trial
"Blurred Lines" Judge Asked to Grant New Trial
Pharrell Williams and the Marvin Gaye family continue their fight in court with new requests.
Hollywood Docket: Oscar Nominee Claims Copyright Infringement, MGM Hit With Intern Lawsuit
Hollywood Docket: Oscar Nominee Claims Copyright Infringement, MGM Hit With Intern Lawsuit
Plus Showtime's fight against piracy of its Mayweather-Pacquiao match and a photographer's claim over photos of N.W.A.
Bruce Jenner Sued for Wrongful Death in Highway Collision
Bruce Jenner Sued for Wrongful Death in Highway Collision
The stepchildren of a woman who was killed in a car crash caused by Jenner have filed a lawsuit for wrongful death.
Grooveshark to Shut Down
Grooveshark to Shut Down
The music streaming service agrees to settle with the major labels and is "wiping its servers of all the record companies’ music, and surrendering ownership of its website, mobile apps and intellectual property."
Child Actors Win Appeal Claiming Bank of America Illegally Charged Fees
Child Actors Win Appeal Claiming Bank of America Illegally Charged Fees
The court ruled the bank violated the 1938 Coogan Law by deducting monthly service fees and other charges from the performers' accounts.
Planet Hollywood Founder Becomes Latest Target in Hunt for Ken Starr Money
Planet Hollywood Founder Becomes Latest Target in Hunt for Ken Starr Money
A Chapter 7 trustee is also going after Harvey Weinstein, Lorne Michaels and others who are said to owe to a convicted ponzi schemer.
Universal's Donna Langley: 'Fifty Shades' Sequel Will Be "More of a Thriller"
Universal's Donna Langley: 'Fifty Shades' Sequel Will Be "More of a Thriller"
"Failure is a great learning tool," the studio's chairman said at THR's annual Power Lawyers breakfast of the road to her recent box-office successes.
How a Film About Sudanese Genocide Could Impact Filmmakers and Journalists
How a Film About Sudanese Genocide Could Impact Filmmakers and Journalists
'The Good Lie' producers are facing a lawsuit from refugees who shared traumatic personal stories and expected compensation.
Power Lawyers 2015: Hollywood's Top 100 Attorneys Revealed
Power Lawyers 2015: Hollywood's Top 100 Attorneys Revealed
Dry legal wonks? Hardly. Cyberattacks, nude iPhone photos, runaway agents, sex scandals — it's all in a day's work for this year's crop of the industry's most powerful lawyers.
Power Lawyers 2015: How Sony's Andrew Gumpert Kept His Cool During the Biggest Hack in History
Power Lawyers 2015: How Sony's Andrew Gumpert Kept His Cool During the Biggest Hack in History
Gumpert, who is THR's Raising the Bar honoree in conjunction with the publication of the annual Power Lawyers issue, acknowledges it's been a tough six months at the studio but doesn't let it bother him: "If you play a sprint game, you're dead."