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NBCUniversal Headed to Trial Over Reporter's Age Discrimination Claims
NBCUniversal Headed to Trial Over Reporter's Age Discrimination Claims
Frank Snepp, former KNBC investigative reporter, was fired at the age of 69.
Twitter Sends James Woods a Scathing Letter Over Attempt to Unmask Anonymous User
Twitter Sends James Woods a Scathing Letter Over Attempt to Unmask Anonymous User
Twitter tells the politically-outspoken actor that calling him a "cocaine addict" appears to be hyperbole.
Joel Silver Sued Over Real Estate, Art Loans
Joel Silver Sued Over Real Estate, Art Loans
The controversial film producer allegedly owes $1.3 million to a restructuring firm.
Radio Giants Facing Bicoastal Legal Demands to Stop Playing Pre-1972 Songs
Radio Giants Facing Bicoastal Legal Demands to Stop Playing Pre-1972 Songs
Lawsuits against CBS, iHeartMedia and Cumulus follow similar legal action against SiriusXM and Pandora.
Talent Agencies Fight Allegations of Herding TV Clients By Deception
Talent Agencies Fight Allegations of Herding TV Clients By Deception
A boutique talent agency takes on UTA and ICM and says that moving away from commissions is harming actors, writers and directors.
Fox News Scores Big Court Win Against TVEyes
Fox News Scores Big Court Win Against TVEyes
A judge rules that indiscriminate sharing, downloading and time-searching of TV clips isn't protected as copyright fair use.
Hollywood Docket: CBS Sports Ex-Employee Sues for Gender and Racial Discrimination
Hollywood Docket: CBS Sports Ex-Employee Sues for Gender and Racial Discrimination
Plus: a setback for Steven Tyler's lawyer in her fight over the singer's 'American Idol' deal.
Michael Keaton's Legal Victory Over 'Merry Gentleman' Affirmed
Michael Keaton's Legal Victory Over 'Merry Gentleman' Affirmed
"Who can say why a critically praised movie did not make money?" asks the 7th Circuit.
Relativity Bankruptcy Judge Rejects Biggest Objection to Studio Sale
Relativity Bankruptcy Judge Rejects Biggest Objection to Studio Sale
U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Michael Wiles rejected Manchester Securities' arguments of its rights under Relativity's operating agreement, clearing a major hurdle in the sale of the studio.
Sony Aims to Use Other Corporate Hacks to Fend Off Ex-Employee Class Action
Sony Aims to Use Other Corporate Hacks to Fend Off Ex-Employee Class Action
The studio stresses the individualized nature of identity fraud.
'Empire' vs. 'Boardwalk Empire': Fox Gets HBO's Consent in Writing
'Empire' vs. 'Boardwalk Empire': Fox Gets HBO's Consent in Writing
As Fox seeks to register a trademark, both companies agree to take necessary steps to minimize any confusion.
Appeals Court Upholds Fox Victory Over 'American Idol' Racism Lawsuit
Appeals Court Upholds Fox Victory Over 'American Idol' Racism Lawsuit
The former contestants didn't file until many years after their disqualifications.