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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.
'American Idol' Relaunch Clears One Hurdle
'American Idol' Relaunch Clears One Hurdle
A judge signs off on a FremantleMedia deal memorializing an intention among producers to seek distribution for a reboot.
Will a Judge's Ruling Against CNN Make It Easier to Sue the Media?
Will a Judge's Ruling Against CNN Make It Easier to Sue the Media?
A defamation suit is allowed to survive in a defeat not only for the cable news network, but also for the MPAA.
David Letterman's Production Company Beats Lawsuit From Royalty Collector
David Letterman's Production Company Beats Lawsuit From Royalty Collector
A judge rejects a lawsuit from Worldwide Subsidy Group.
Hollywood Docket: "Blackout" to Be Defined in NFL Sunday Ticket Lawsuit
Hollywood Docket: "Blackout" to Be Defined in NFL Sunday Ticket Lawsuit
Plus, a lawsuit over a Kim Kardashian West-inspired Christmas sweater and an ESPN commentator sues for wrongful termination.
'Wolf of Wall Street' Financier Challenges U.S. Government's 1MDB Seizures
'Wolf of Wall Street' Financier Challenges U.S. Government's 1MDB Seizures
Red Granite co-founder Riza Aziz says through court documents he's an "innocent owner" of assets allegedly derived from embezzlement.
'Timeless' Lawsuit Survives Motion to Dismiss
'Timeless' Lawsuit Survives Motion to Dismiss
While copyright plaintiffs often don't clear this legal hurdle, the ruling isn't all bad news for Sony and NBC.
Fox May Be Subject of Government Investigation Over Ailes Sexual Harassment Claims
Fox May Be Subject of Government Investigation Over Ailes Sexual Harassment Claims
An attorney for a former Fox host says he received a subpoena from federal prosecutors, while a company spokesperson acknowledges months of conversations with the U.S. Attorney's Office.
'RoboCop' Studio Settles Dispute With Security Firm
'RoboCop' Studio Settles Dispute With Security Firm
Details of the settlement are scarce, but it appears Orion Pictures and RoboCopp LLC have agreed to put down their legal weapons.