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U.S. Justice Department Defends Copyright Anti-Hacking Law as "Unquestionably Constitutional"
U.S. Justice Department Defends Copyright Anti-Hacking Law as "Unquestionably Constitutional"
The government responds to a lawsuit that looks to enjoin prosecutions of those who circumvent access controls on films, songs and other copyrighted material.
'Star Trek' Lawsuit Heats Up As Fan Co. Seeks Paramount's J.J. Abrams, Justin Lin Communications
'Star Trek' Lawsuit Heats Up As Fan Co. Seeks Paramount's J.J. Abrams, Justin Lin Communications
Abrams, an executive producer on 'Star Trek Beyond,' could find himself in an uncomfortable position thanks to what he said about the lawsuit a few months ago.
Martin Scorsese Deposition Released in 'Wolf of Wall Street' Libel Lawsuit
Martin Scorsese Deposition Released in 'Wolf of Wall Street' Libel Lawsuit
The director talks about where he works and how improvisation occurs in his films.
Hollywood Studios Beat Lawsuit Over Non-Captioning of Song Lyrics in Movies and Television
Hollywood Studios Beat Lawsuit Over Non-Captioning of Song Lyrics in Movies and Television
The putative class action came on behalf of those with hearing disabilities alleging misrepresentations and violations of civil rights.
Bill Cosby Accusers Ask Court to Rule He Admitted Liability for Spokespersons' Statements
Bill Cosby Accusers Ask Court to Rule He Admitted Liability for Spokespersons' Statements
A new motion takes issue with Cosby's cursory responses to a defamation lawsuit.
U.S. Supreme Court to Review "Disparaging" Trademarks
U.S. Supreme Court to Review "Disparaging" Trademarks
In a case involving the rock band, The Slants, the high court will tackle whether the government's refusal to register is facially invalid under the First Amendment.
FCC Pulls Controversial Set-Top Box Proposal From Meeting Agenda
FCC Pulls Controversial Set-Top Box Proposal From Meeting Agenda
FCC chairman Tom Wheeler says rules reshaping access to TV programming will remain under consideration, but that the FCC needs to resolve technical and legal issues.
Netflix's Poaching of Fox Employees Could Set New Legal Precedent
Netflix's Poaching of Fox Employees Could Set New Legal Precedent
The streaming company has claimed that employees under contract are free to leave at any time, but employment law experts say that rules are unclear.
Andrea Tantaros Responds to Fox's "Opportunist" Insult With Therapist's Affidavit
Andrea Tantaros Responds to Fox's "Opportunist" Insult With Therapist's Affidavit
She's also arguing that Fox News leaks to reporters vitiates an arbitration provision.
'The Revenant' Pirate Avoids Prison, Fined $1M
'The Revenant' Pirate Avoids Prison, Fined $1M
The ex-studio employee who pirated 'The Revenant' and 'The Peanuts Movie' won't go to jail.
AMC Entertainment Fights Antitrust Claims Secretly Valued at Hundreds of Millions of Dollars
AMC Entertainment Fights Antitrust Claims Secretly Valued at Hundreds of Millions of Dollars
The exhibition giant says it is really fighting "nine different cases in one" and that a proposed injunction would "materially impact AMC’s business throughout the United States."
Inside the Quiet Legal Battles Over Martin Scorsese's 'Silence'
Inside the Quiet Legal Battles Over Martin Scorsese's 'Silence'
The passion project's 26-year road to a December release included a screenplay spat and a just-settled lawsuit.