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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.'
Regal Settles Monopoly Suit Led by Mark Cuban's Landmark Theatres
Regal Settles Monopoly Suit Led by Mark Cuban's Landmark Theatres
According to the plaintiff, the theatrical giant has agreed to back down from clearances in the nation's capital.
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.
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.
'American Idol' Owner Core Media Allowed to Terminate Deal With Simon Fuller
'American Idol' Owner Core Media Allowed to Terminate Deal With Simon Fuller
A bankruptcy judge permits the rejection of a profit sharing agreement on 'Idol' and 'So You Think You Can Dance.'
Andrea Tantaros Lawsuit Targets Five Executives at Fox News for Retaliation
Andrea Tantaros Lawsuit Targets Five Executives at Fox News for Retaliation
The former Fox News host claims she was subjected to harassment by Bill O'Reilly and, especially, Roger Ailes, and that others bullied and humiliated her.
Court Will Hear Arguments on Sharing Philippe Dauman's Viacom Settlement
Court Will Hear Arguments on Sharing Philippe Dauman's Viacom Settlement
Sumner Redstone's granddaughter wants a copy.
Demi Lovato Faces Copyright Lawsuit From Indie Stars Sleigh Bells
Demi Lovato Faces Copyright Lawsuit From Indie Stars Sleigh Bells
Lovato's producers previously denied a sampling, but a complaint filed on Monday asserts that similarities "transcend the realm of coincidence."
Is CAA's Secret Arbitration Success Driving UTA's Legal Strategy?
Is CAA's Secret Arbitration Success Driving UTA's Legal Strategy?
CAA's court documents claim the agency won a tentative ruling in arbitration, but mentioning it publicly could spark a confidentiality lawsuit.
Univision to Pay Gawker's Nick Denton $16,666 a Month Not to Compete
Univision to Pay Gawker's Nick Denton $16,666 a Month Not to Compete
What about that "second act" for Gawker.com?
Clint Eastwood Classics Lawsuit Against MGM Gets Dropped
Clint Eastwood Classics Lawsuit Against MGM Gets Dropped
The suit alleged MGM should have been paying a few dollars more for its use of three classic films.