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Judge Pauses CAA-UTA Open Court Poaching Battle
Judge Pauses CAA-UTA Open Court Poaching Battle
The fight continues behind closed doors in arbitration.
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."
NBC's 'Timeless' Hit With Copyright Lawsuit
NBC's 'Timeless' Hit With Copyright Lawsuit
The suit claims the show is a ripoff of a Spanish series.
Record Labels Move to Dismiss Lawsuit Over 50 Cent's "P.I.M.P."
Record Labels Move to Dismiss Lawsuit Over 50 Cent's "P.I.M.P."
The labels claim the composer waived any right to sue in a 2003 settlement agreement.
'Robocop' Studio Sued After Threatening Security Firm
'Robocop' Studio Sued After Threatening Security Firm
The lawsuit comes after MGM subsidiary Orion Pictures sent a letter warning about trademark infringement.
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.
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.
New California IMDb Age Law Probably Unconstitutional, Experts Say
New California IMDb Age Law Probably Unconstitutional, Experts Say
Scholars and practitioners alike come down hard on the new law, with only one of seven lawyers suggesting the enactment would survive a challenge.
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.