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Roger Ailes Lawyers Ramp Up Attack on Biographer
Roger Ailes Lawyers Ramp Up Attack on Biographer
Susan Estrich and Marc Mukasey had harsh words for Gabe Sherman, including describing him as "the real enemy of women."
Blind Melon Sues "Insane" Songwriters for Covering Up 'No Rain' Infringement
Blind Melon Sues "Insane" Songwriters for Covering Up 'No Rain' Infringement
According to a lawsuit launched on Tuesday, "This is a somewhat unique case where substantial and verbatim copying is not disputed."
"Blurred Lines" Appeal Gets Support From More Than 200 Musicians
"Blurred Lines" Appeal Gets Support From More Than 200 Musicians
An eclectic group of artists from R. Kelly to Hans Zimmer tell the 9th Circuit that the verdict, if allowed to stand, "is very dangerous to the music community."
Disney Can't Immediately Appeal "No Poaching" Class Certification Ruling
Disney Can't Immediately Appeal "No Poaching" Class Certification Ruling
The 9th Circuit denies permission for a review, bringing the studio closer to a trial scheduled for next year.
Why an NFL Superstar's Lawsuit Against ESPN Represents a Threat for Media
Why an NFL Superstar's Lawsuit Against ESPN Represents a Threat for Media
It goes beyond the sanctity of privacy trumping free speech.
Fox News Wants "Opportunist" Andrea Tantaros' Lawsuit in Arbitration
Fox News Wants "Opportunist" Andrea Tantaros' Lawsuit in Arbitration
Under fire for how it treated the former host, the cable news network tells a judge that her allegations about sexual harassment "are a smokescreen to obscure her violation of her employment contract."
Steve Harvey Facing Trial Over Unreleased Comedy Tapes
Steve Harvey Facing Trial Over Unreleased Comedy Tapes
The comedian is the midst of a dispute with his former videographer over who owns rights to footage.
Photographer Blasts PETA's Appeal in "Monkey Selfie" Lawsuit
Photographer Blasts PETA's Appeal in "Monkey Selfie" Lawsuit
The attorney for David Slater says the copyright fight over the infamous "monkey selfie" is poised to earn back-to-back titles as the year's most ridiculous lawsuit.
Comcast Beats Spanish-Language Broadcaster's Discrimination Complaint
Comcast Beats Spanish-Language Broadcaster's Discrimination Complaint
The FCC says that Liberman Broadcasting, owner of Estrella TV, isn't a “video programming vendor” and thus can't make its case.
Philippe Dauman Settlement to Get Judge's Approval
Philippe Dauman Settlement to Get Judge's Approval
Redstone's attorney tells the judge he's convinced the 93-year-old mogul to meet with his granddaughter.
Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood Beat Lawsuit Claiming They Stole Song
Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood Beat Lawsuit Claiming They Stole Song
After more than three years in court, the songwriters, artists and publishers behind "Remind Me" finally defeat a copyright infringment claim.
Weinstein Co. Fighting Director's $4.8M Fraud Lawsuit Over 'One Chance'
Weinstein Co. Fighting Director's $4.8M Fraud Lawsuit Over 'One Chance'
David Frankel claims the distributor agreed to release the film on at least 800 screens but instead buried it.