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Quincy Jones' Royalties Dispute With Michael Jackson Estate Inches Toward Trial
Quincy Jones' Royalties Dispute With Michael Jackson Estate Inches Toward Trial
One music icon and the estate of another are set to go to trial Feb. 21.
Sumner Redstone Ex Asks Court to Order Independent Medical Evaluation
Sumner Redstone Ex Asks Court to Order Independent Medical Evaluation
Sumner Redstone's ex-fiancee is asking the court to order that the 93-year-old media mogul be evaluated by independent medical experts to establish whether or not he's competent.
Paul McCartney Sues Sony to Regain Rights to Beatles Songs
Paul McCartney Sues Sony to Regain Rights to Beatles Songs
Sony/ATV is the defendant and could be primed to make a defense similar to the one being used against Duran Duran.
At "Slants" Hearing, U.S. Supreme Court Weighs Offensive Trademarks
At "Slants" Hearing, U.S. Supreme Court Weighs Offensive Trademarks
Many of the justices appear to be skeptical of the government's refusal of Simon Tam's "disparaging" band name.
Settlements Come in Lawsuits Over 'Quantico,' Ashton Kutcher DMV Reality Show
Settlements Come in Lawsuits Over 'Quantico,' Ashton Kutcher DMV Reality Show
Both disputes concerned the development of television productions.
'Apprentice' Alum Hits Trump With Defamation Lawsuit Over Assault Denial
'Apprentice' Alum Hits Trump With Defamation Lawsuit Over Assault Denial
Summer Zervos, a season five contestant, accuses Trump of attacking her in a hotel room — and then saying it didn't happen.
Johnny Depp Files $25M+ Fraud Lawsuit Against Business Managers
Johnny Depp Files $25M+ Fraud Lawsuit Against Business Managers
Depp fired The Management Group in 2016 and his new business manager discovered serious misconduct, according to the suit.
Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams Accused of Copying "Spark the Fire" Chorus
Gwen Stefani, Pharrell Williams Accused of Copying "Spark the Fire" Chorus
Among other things, the court will consider whether pronouncing "fire" as "fi-ya" is protectable by a copyright.
Hollywood Docket: CBS Sued for Defamation; Ed Sheeran Can't Dodge 'Photograph' Suit
Hollywood Docket: CBS Sued for Defamation; Ed Sheeran Can't Dodge 'Photograph' Suit
A roundup of entertainment law news, including two hushed holiday settlements.
AT&T: Justice Department Hasn't Made Good Antitrust Case Over L.A. Dodgers TV Standoff
AT&T: Justice Department Hasn't Made Good Antitrust Case Over L.A. Dodgers TV Standoff
Is information-sharing among competitors really illegal? Or is this like stealing baseball signs?
Ryan Kavanaugh Hit With Fraud Suit From Ex-Relativity Co-President
Ryan Kavanaugh Hit With Fraud Suit From Ex-Relativity Co-President
Adam Fields claims he was defrauded into taking the job.
Judge Rules 'Krusty Krab' Restaurant Violates Viacom's 'SpongeBob' Rights
Judge Rules 'Krusty Krab' Restaurant Violates Viacom's 'SpongeBob' Rights
According to opinion, consumers would likely be confused that the defendant's joint is officially licensed like the Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.