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Viacom Says It Doesn't Collect "Personal Information" from Children
Viacom Says It Doesn't Collect "Personal Information" from Children
Adults? That's a different story.
Frank Darabont to Seek More Than $280 Million From AMC at 'Walking Dead' Profits Trial
Frank Darabont to Seek More Than $280 Million From AMC at 'Walking Dead' Profits Trial
The two sides have now finished the discovery process in a major showdown.
Hollywood Docket: Jay Z Beats Logo Suit; Comcast Escapes Daily Fantasy Sports Litigation
Hollywood Docket: Jay Z Beats Logo Suit; Comcast Escapes Daily Fantasy Sports Litigation
A roundup of entertainment law news, including the alleged rights-holder of Zorro being sued for infringing a Zorro work.
Appeals Court Upholds Verdict Against Vivendi for Misleading Shareholders
Appeals Court Upholds Verdict Against Vivendi for Misleading Shareholders
The case began in 2003 and dealt with statements about the conglomerate's liquidity after a $77 billion buying spree.
Major Record Labels Sue Over Ripping Audio Tracks from YouTube Videos
Major Record Labels Sue Over Ripping Audio Tracks from YouTube Videos
The target is a German company that is the "chief offender" of stream ripping, but the lawsuit also demands an order against third parties.
Red Granite Free of 'Wolf of Wall Street' Racketeering Lawsuit
Red Granite Free of 'Wolf of Wall Street' Racketeering Lawsuit
Why plaintiffs dropped the suit remains unknown.
TMZ Beats Jared Leto's Lawsuit Over Taylor Swift Curse Video
TMZ Beats Jared Leto's Lawsuit Over Taylor Swift Curse Video
A judge concludes the actor never owned the video. The videographer did and transferred rights to the gossip site.
Yahoo Facing Gross Negligence Lawsuit Following Hack of 500M Users
Yahoo Facing Gross Negligence Lawsuit Following Hack of 500M Users
Yahoo declined to comment on the suit.
Rolling Stone Headed to Trial Over Campus Rape Story
Rolling Stone Headed to Trial Over Campus Rape Story
The court has found that UVA dean Nicole Eramo is a limited-purpose public figure and will face a higher bar in proving the story defamed her.
'American Idol' Owner Core Media Gets Reorganization Plan Approved
'American Idol' Owner Core Media Gets Reorganization Plan Approved
The company reduces $385 million of debt through a deal with its lenders.
LMNO Defends Keeping Commissioned Reality Show From Discovery
LMNO Defends Keeping Commissioned Reality Show From Discovery
Discovery wants a judge to order a handover of second-season footage of '7 Little Johnstons.'
Ailes Media Litigator Charles Harder on His Improbable Rise With Clients Melania Trump and Hulk Hogan
Ailes Media Litigator Charles Harder on His Improbable Rise With Clients Melania Trump and Hulk Hogan
Arguably the highest-profile media lawyer in America, Harder opens up as Donald Trump threatens the New York Times for "irresponsible intent" and states: "I'm anything but the enemy of a free press."