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Michael Jackson's Mother Enters Estate Legal Fray
Michael Jackson's Mother Enters Estate Legal Fray
Katherine Jackson wants to join a lawsuit against the executors of her son's estate.
 Judge Tosses Song-Stealing Suit Against Real-Life 'Glee' Show Choir
Judge Tosses Song-Stealing Suit Against Real-Life 'Glee' Show Choir
Expecting the show choir's booster club to have control over song choice is like expecting football boosters to call plays, according to the decision.
Judge Allows Trial Testimony From Another Alleged Bill Cosby Victim
Judge Allows Trial Testimony From Another Alleged Bill Cosby Victim
Prosecutors wanted 13 alleged victims on the witness stand besides the main accuser while Cosby's attorneys argued it violated the fundamentals of criminal law.
Dan Abrams Launching Online Video Network Devoted to Live Court Trials
Dan Abrams Launching Online Video Network Devoted to Live Court Trials
It's Court TV meets Cheddar TV with the coming trials of Aaron Hernandez and War Machine on tap.
New York Appeals Court Revives Convicted Murderer's Lawsuit Over Lifetime Biopic
New York Appeals Court Revives Convicted Murderer's Lawsuit Over Lifetime Biopic
Too much fictionalization can negate a newsworthiness exception to a privacy statute.
Rock Stars Fight Depositions in Legal Dispute Spanning Decades of Music History
Rock Stars Fight Depositions in Legal Dispute Spanning Decades of Music History
Keith Richards, David Byrne and Michael Stipe are among the musicians who have been dragged into a case over old concert recordings.
Fox Says Netflix Dispute May Disrupt Business Operations at Highest Level
Fox Says Netflix Dispute May Disrupt Business Operations at Highest Level
The studio demands an appellate court move quickly in deciding the legality of its employment agreements with its most senior executives.
Judge Pauses Enforcement of IMDb Age Censorship Law
Judge Pauses Enforcement of IMDb Age Censorship Law
"It's difficult to imagine how AB 1687 could not violate the First Amendment," writes the judge.
Warner Bros. Settles Lawsuit Against Talent Agency for Distributing Oscar Screeners
Warner Bros. Settles Lawsuit Against Talent Agency for Distributing Oscar Screeners
The studio blamed an "illegal digital distribution platform" for the appearance of its films on torrent sites.
'Silence' Producer Accused of Inflating the Value of Assets in Bankruptcy Dispute
'Silence' Producer Accused of Inflating the Value of Assets in Bankruptcy Dispute
The long-gestating film is at the center of an increasingly loud legal battle.
European Court Rules Journalists Must Be Cautious Reporting on Sexuality of Celebrities
European Court Rules Journalists Must Be Cautious Reporting on Sexuality of Celebrities
Singer Paulina Rubio gets a win in a long-running privacy case over what was stated on Spanish television.
Michael Jackson's Ex-Manager Takes the Stand in Tax Trial
Michael Jackson's Ex-Manager Takes the Stand in Tax Trial
Tohme Tohme's testimony could foreshadow an ugly trial ahead in his own legal fight with Jackson's estate.