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Rod Stewart Sued for Copying Early Blues Musician's Song
Rod Stewart Sued for Copying Early Blues Musician's Song
Heirs of Bo Carter go to court to protect “Corrine, Corrina.”
Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Trial Delayed After Appeals Court Intervenes
Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Trial Delayed After Appeals Court Intervenes
Amid a flurry of motions, a Florida appeals court orders a slowdown on a trial that was previously scheduled to begin on July 6.
Interns' Big Victory Against Fox Vacated by Appeals Court
Interns' Big Victory Against Fox Vacated by Appeals Court
2nd Circuit says the true test of whether internships must be paid comes down to whether the intern or the employer is the primary beneficiary of the relationship.
Megaupload Takes U.S. Government's Asset Seizures to Appeals Court
Megaupload Takes U.S. Government's Asset Seizures to Appeals Court
A brief to the 4th Circuit argues the judge erred in asserting jurisdiction and interpreting whether Kim Dotcom was a fugitive.
Viral Videos: Money to Be Made, But First a Trip to the Courthouse
Viral Videos: Money to Be Made, But First a Trip to the Courthouse
Two companies that bring viral videos to broadcasters are now involved in a high-stakes lawsuit that rips the lid off of the behind-the-scenes arms race happening.
Donald Trump Sues Univision for $500 Million Following Miss Universe Cancellation
Donald Trump Sues Univision for $500 Million Following Miss Universe Cancellation
The Hispanic media organization cut ties with Trump due to his remarks about Mexican immigrants.
Apple Fails to Overturn E-Book Price-Fixing Ruling on Appeal
Apple Fails to Overturn E-Book Price-Fixing Ruling on Appeal
The 2nd Circuit rules that Apple must suffer condemnation for conspiring with book publishers.
Kickstarter Wins Legal Battle to Protect Crowdfunding From Patent Threats
Kickstarter Wins Legal Battle to Protect Crowdfunding From Patent Threats
A judge rules that patronage is an abstract concept of ancient lineage — even in the computer age.
Appeals Court Rules Producer, Not Director, Gets Film Copyright
Appeals Court Rules Producer, Not Director, Gets Film Copyright
The 2nd Circuit examines contributions and ownership in creative works.
Lionsgate Sued for Snarling at "Nobody Puts Your Old 401(K) in the Corner" Advertisement
Lionsgate Sued for Snarling at "Nobody Puts Your Old 401(K) in the Corner" Advertisement
Lionsgate allegedly demanded a seven-figure license from TD Ameritrade for infringing a line from "Dirty Dancing."
DirecTV Now Seeks $75 Million in Al Jazeera Lawsuit As Carriage Deal Nears End
DirecTV Now Seeks $75 Million in Al Jazeera Lawsuit As Carriage Deal Nears End
Satellite TV giant says it has not benefited from the cable news network's recent deals with other distributors.
Record Giants Win $210M Settlement from SiriusXM Over Pre-1972 Music
Record Giants Win $210M Settlement from SiriusXM Over Pre-1972 Music
A deal announced by the RIAA on Friday provides resolution to one of the key battles in a legally contentious area.