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Jay Z, Timbaland Attorneys Call Out Racial Insensitivity in "Big Pimpin'" Copyright Appeal
Jay Z, Timbaland Attorneys Call Out Racial Insensitivity in "Big Pimpin'" Copyright Appeal
The duo won a decade-long copyright battle last fall, but the war isn't over — and it's getting ugly.
Warner Bros. Makes Another Move to Disarm 'War Dogs' Lawsuit
Warner Bros. Makes Another Move to Disarm 'War Dogs' Lawsuit
"Further amendment would be futile," the studio argues.
CBS Sues YouTuber for Posting Episodes of 'The Andy Griffith Show'
CBS Sues YouTuber for Posting Episodes of 'The Andy Griffith Show'
Sixteen episodes of the series were posted online without permission, according to the suit.
Duran Duran Loses Case, Brought in Britain, Over American Copyrights
Duran Duran Loses Case, Brought in Britain, Over American Copyrights
Judge Richard Arnold found, "not without hesitation," that "any termination notices filed by the band were voided by these provisions in their contract."
John Steinbeck's Son Breached Contract in Talks Over Spielberg 'Grapes of Wrath' Adaptation
John Steinbeck's Son Breached Contract in Talks Over Spielberg 'Grapes of Wrath' Adaptation
In a summary judgment ruling last month, a judge also found that Thom and Gail Steinbeck had slandered the title to several more of the famous author's works.
'Power Rangers' Co-Creator Sues WonderFish Partner for Fraud
'Power Rangers' Co-Creator Sues WonderFish Partner for Fraud
The suit calls Michael Pellegrino "a silver tongued Svengali."
Katie Couric Moves to Dismiss $13 Million Defamation Lawsuit Over 'Under the Gun'
Katie Couric Moves to Dismiss $13 Million Defamation Lawsuit Over 'Under the Gun'
A pro-gun group contends that Couric’s question didn’t leave them speechless — but her attorneys argue that can't rise to defamation.
Gawker Agrees to Supplement Story About DailyMail.com in Settlement With Mail Online
Gawker Agrees to Supplement Story About DailyMail.com in Settlement With Mail Online
The deal will resolve a $1 million libel lawsuit brought over a story that accused the U.K. publication of trafficking in the theft of copyrighted material.
'Robocop' Studio Claims Security Firm Is Free-Riding on Its Films
'Robocop' Studio Claims Security Firm Is Free-Riding on Its Films
Orion Pictures is using trademark as a weapon against Robocopp LLC.
SiriusXM Could Pay Up to $99M as Part of Flo & Eddie Settlement
SiriusXM Could Pay Up to $99M as Part of Flo & Eddie Settlement
The total amount includes future royalties for a 10-year license.
CAA Fires Back After AMC Vows to End Packaging Fees Amid 'The Walking Dead' Profits Fight
CAA Fires Back After AMC Vows to End Packaging Fees Amid 'The Walking Dead' Profits Fight
"AMC obviously remains unhappy that Frank Darabont and CAA have not given an inch," says the agency's lawyer.
Judge Rules Cablevision Discriminated Against Game Show Network
Judge Rules Cablevision Discriminated Against Game Show Network
The Altice-owned cable operator is found to have moved GSN from a basic tier to a premium sports tier based on non-affiliation.