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Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood Beat Lawsuit Claiming They Stole Song
Brad Paisley, Carrie Underwood Beat Lawsuit Claiming They Stole Song
After more than three years in court, the songwriters, artists and publishers behind "Remind Me" finally defeat a copyright infringment claim.
Weinstein Co. Fighting Director's $4.8M Fraud Lawsuit Over 'One Chance'
Weinstein Co. Fighting Director's $4.8M Fraud Lawsuit Over 'One Chance'
David Frankel claims the distributor agreed to release the film on at least 800 screens but instead buried it.
Feds Must Respond to Lawsuit Claiming IRS "Peeping Toms" Raided Health Records
Feds Must Respond to Lawsuit Claiming IRS "Peeping Toms" Raided Health Records
The plaintiff in the case alleges that tax agents have intimate information on "leading and politically controversial members of the Screen Actors Guild and the Directors Guild."
Amber Heard-Johnny Depp Drama Continues With Disagreement Over Donation to Charity
Amber Heard-Johnny Depp Drama Continues With Disagreement Over Donation to Charity
Heard says her ex is trying to cut his financial liability in half by cashing in on tax deductions.
ESPN Can't Get Out of NFL Player's Privacy Lawsuit Over Reporter's Tweet
ESPN Can't Get Out of NFL Player's Privacy Lawsuit Over Reporter's Tweet
The sports network fails in persuading the judge that it is entitled under the First Amendment to include visual evidence corroborating reports even in bad taste.
'Friday the 13th' Rights at Stake in Lawsuit Over Horror Classic
'Friday the 13th' Rights at Stake in Lawsuit Over Horror Classic
Screenwriter Victor Miller aims to terminate a copyright grant, but a successor of the film's producer asserts the screenplay was a work-made-for-hire.
Viacom Top Lawyer's Fate Highly Uncertain After Months of Corporate Infighting
Viacom Top Lawyer's Fate Highly Uncertain After Months of Corporate Infighting
One of the industry's most influential lawyers had his loyalties tested in the bitter struggle between Philippe Dauman and Shari and Sumner Redstone.
Hans Zimmer Scores Win in '12 Years a Slave' Copyright Lawsuit
Hans Zimmer Scores Win in '12 Years a Slave' Copyright Lawsuit
The legendary composer was accused of copying commercial library music for 'Solomon.'
Glenn Beck Defies Judge's Order to Reveal Boston Marathon Bombing Sources
Glenn Beck Defies Judge's Order to Reveal Boston Marathon Bombing Sources
The conservative commentator insists that divulging names could put these individuals in jeopardy, but he could be facing severe penalties as a result.
"Blurred Lines" Creators Urge Appeals Court to Reverse Marvin Gaye Family's Trial Victory
"Blurred Lines" Creators Urge Appeals Court to Reverse Marvin Gaye Family's Trial Victory
Pharrell Williams, Robin Thicke and T.I. file their opening brief at the 9th Circuit.
Kardashians in Kourt: Sisters Win Injunction in Cosmetics Lawsuit
Kardashians in Kourt: Sisters Win Injunction in Cosmetics Lawsuit
Haven Beauty's use of the Kardashian trademarks likely confuses consumers, a judge rules.
Hollywood Studios: VidAngel Threatens the Legitimate Streaming Market
Hollywood Studios: VidAngel Threatens the Legitimate Streaming Market
Disney, LucasFilm, 20th Century Fox and Warner Bros. want the court to pause VidAngel's $1 movie rental service.