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PETA Tells Appeals Court That Human Authorship Isn't a Copyright Requirement
PETA Tells Appeals Court That Human Authorship Isn't a Copyright Requirement
The lawsuit that made copyright lawyers go ape is back for another round.
'Iron Man' Composer's Lawsuit Over Ghostface Killah Sampling Revived by Appeals Court
'Iron Man' Composer's Lawsuit Over Ghostface Killah Sampling Revived by Appeals Court
Sony must again face copyright claims over the rapper's second album, "Supreme Clientele," and could be headed for the kind of trial that would go into some nuance about Marvel's history.
'Empire' Beats "Gangsta Pimp's" $10M Copyright Suit
'Empire' Beats "Gangsta Pimp's" $10M Copyright Suit
Pimpin' ain't easy, and neither is winning a copyright lawsuit against a major network.
Fox News Sued Over Use of Mexico Border Photo on Website
Fox News Sued Over Use of Mexico Border Photo on Website
This is one of several photography usage rights cases brought against Fox News.
Can Viacom Really Stop Stephen Colbert From Playing "Stephen Colbert"?
Can Viacom Really Stop Stephen Colbert From Playing "Stephen Colbert"?
Why a lawsuit has the potential of becoming one of the all-time great cases concerning split personality.
Philippe Dauman Gets Judge's Go-Ahead in Lawsuit Over Removal from Sumner Redstone Trust
Philippe Dauman Gets Judge's Go-Ahead in Lawsuit Over Removal from Sumner Redstone Trust
A request for an immediate mental examination of Sumner Redstone, however, is denied.
Sony Hack Results in Lawsuit Over Failure to Prevent Movie Piracy
Sony Hack Results in Lawsuit Over Failure to Prevent Movie Piracy
According to the complaint, Sony contends it had "no obligation ... to take any anti-piracy measures whatsoever" with regards to the film "To Write Love on Her Arms."
KTLA Reporter Sues AARP Over 'Movies for Grown-Ups Awards'
KTLA Reporter Sues AARP Over 'Movies for Grown-Ups Awards'
Sam Rubin says he used all his industry goodwill to land a nationwide distributor for the newly televised ceremony but AARP backed out.
Reagan Shooter's Release Conditions: Barred From Giving Interviews, Must Stay Away From Jodie Foster
Reagan Shooter's Release Conditions: Barred From Giving Interviews, Must Stay Away From Jodie Foster
John Hinckley Jr. shot President Ronald Reagan in 1981 in an attempt to impress the actress and, after decades of treatment for mental illness, will soon leave the hospital subject to 34 conditions.
Jared Leto Aims to Save Lawsuit Against TMZ Over Video Posting
Jared Leto Aims to Save Lawsuit Against TMZ Over Video Posting
The actor and musician disputes the contention he doesn't own the video where he curses Taylor Swift.
Eddie Money Responds to Ex-Drummer's Harassment Allegations
Eddie Money Responds to Ex-Drummer's Harassment Allegations
Money admits to calling Symmonds "Chemo the Drummer" but says it was to sell "Beat Cancer Like a Drum" T-shirts to raise funds for his treatment, and the drummer was in on the joke.
Judge SLAPPs Lawsuit Filed Against Christian Slater by His Dad
Judge SLAPPs Lawsuit Filed Against Christian Slater by His Dad
The decision highlights the success of 'Mr. Robot' and the significant public interest in mental illness.