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Comic Book Artists Sue Marvel Over 'Iron Man' Body Armor
Comic Book Artists Sue Marvel Over 'Iron Man' Body Armor
The plaintiffs say they formerly worked at Marvel and created work that has been copied.
ESPN Beats Pro Wrestler in Dispute Over Rebroadcast of Old Matches
ESPN Beats Pro Wrestler in Dispute Over Rebroadcast of Old Matches
An appellate ruling could be a good sign for broadcasters as they fight in court with college athletes.
Media Groups Stand Up for Justin Bieber Chaser With Nod to Ferguson
Media Groups Stand Up for Justin Bieber Chaser With Nod to Ferguson
An appeals court is warned that a California law could be used as a "tool" by police to harass journalists.
Judge Approves 65-Year Deal Over NFL Concussions; Could Cost $1 Billion
Judge Approves 65-Year Deal Over NFL Concussions; Could Cost $1 Billion
The settlement approved Wednesday by a federal judge in Philadelphia would pay retired players about $190,000 on average.
In Big Ruling, Sony Beats 'Iron Man' Composer's Lawsuit
In Big Ruling, Sony Beats 'Iron Man' Composer's Lawsuit
In a dispute over Ghostface Killer songs, a judge rules that Marvel — not Jack Urbont — is the statutory author of the "Iron Man Theme."
Antitrust Lawsuit Accuses AMC Entertainment of Hurting Hispanic Community via Studio Pacts
Antitrust Lawsuit Accuses AMC Entertainment of Hurting Hispanic Community via Studio Pacts
A Houston exhibitor alleges it went out of business when the much larger AMC threatened Warners, Sony, Paramount, Lionsgate, Disney and Universal.
As Washington Redskins Fight Over Controversial Name, Appeals Court Rules Against The Slants
As Washington Redskins Fight Over Controversial Name, Appeals Court Rules Against The Slants
On the other hand, the appeals court judge questions the government's justification for refusing "disparaging" trademarks.
Oprah Winfrey Network Claims Florida Man Perpetrated Impersonation Scheme
Oprah Winfrey Network Claims Florida Man Perpetrated Impersonation Scheme
A new lawsuit alleges Justin Jackson posed as Winfrey's nephew, an OWN employee, a Barack Obama aide and Madonna's manager.
Jay Z Beats Sound Engineer's Claim of Co-Ownership to Hit Songs
Jay Z Beats Sound Engineer's Claim of Co-Ownership to Hit Songs
A judge rules that Chauncey Mahan should have taken a hint from copyright registration records, album notes and a lack of royalties — and sued sooner.
Film and TV Script Website Accused of Violating Talent Agent Licensing Law
Film and TV Script Website Accused of Violating Talent Agent Licensing Law
Adam Seid accuses Breakdown Services of aiding and abetting talent managers who can't legally procure employment for actors.
Bill Cosby Accusers Allowed to Amend Defamation Lawsuit
Bill Cosby Accusers Allowed to Amend Defamation Lawsuit
Judge permits new language to be inserted into the complaint over Cosby's objection that the additions would be "futile."
UCLA to Host Entertainment/Sports Labor Conference
UCLA to Host Entertainment/Sports Labor Conference
The broad-ranging event aims to build bridges between scholars, professionals and practitioners.