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Former Letterman Producer and His Business Manager Sued for Fraud
Former Letterman Producer and His Business Manager Sued for Fraud
Robert Morton's soon-to-be ex-wife, restaurateur Jennifer Rush, says the producer turned real estate broker conspired with their business manager to steal millions from her.
Fox News Anchor Advances in Lawsuit Over Name of Hasbro's Toy Hamster
Fox News Anchor Advances in Lawsuit Over Name of Hasbro's Toy Hamster
A judge says that Harris Faulkner should be allowed to gather and cite evidence of what children think about when playing with a hamster doll named Harris Faulkner.
Gretchen Carlson Declares Victory Over Roger Ailes: "Courage Caused a Seismic Shift"
Gretchen Carlson Declares Victory Over Roger Ailes: "Courage Caused a Seismic Shift"
Although the network could end up footing Ailes' legal bills.
Starz Stockholder Sues John Malone Over $4.4B Sale to Lionsgate
Starz Stockholder Sues John Malone Over $4.4B Sale to Lionsgate
The suit likens the Liberty Global mogul to a family patriarch forcing a marriage between "kissing cousins" for his own financial gain.
Appeals Court Stops Paramount from Suing 'Mean Girls' Investors
Appeals Court Stops Paramount from Suing 'Mean Girls' Investors
The studio wanted to be reimbursed for $8 million after spending years battling fraud claims.
Hollywood Docket: Led Zeppelin's Legal Fees; Whitney Houston's Emmy
Hollywood Docket: Led Zeppelin's Legal Fees; Whitney Houston's Emmy
A roundup of entertainment law news, including the highest paid corporate lawyers in the biz.
U.S. Looks to Prosecute Owner of Kickass Torrents After Arrest in Poland
U.S. Looks to Prosecute Owner of Kickass Torrents After Arrest in Poland
Artem Vaulin is charged with conspiracy to commit criminal copyright infringement.
Film Financier Hounds Sales Agent Ruled to Have Misappropriated Revenue
Film Financier Hounds Sales Agent Ruled to Have Misappropriated Revenue
Green-Light International must transfer more than $400,000 pronto, demands the backer of a Pierce Brosnan film.
Feds Look to Seize 'Wolf of Wall Street' Rights as Part of Malaysian Corruption Action
Feds Look to Seize 'Wolf of Wall Street' Rights as Part of Malaysian Corruption Action
A complaint filed by the government discusses money to Martin Scorsese's company and who Leonardo DiCaprio thanked during the Golden Globes.
If Investigators Find Roger Ailes Harassment, Lawyers Say Fox is Obligated to Act
If Investigators Find Roger Ailes Harassment, Lawyers Say Fox is Obligated to Act
As the decision about Ailes' future as CEO looms, employment litigators discuss Fox's obligations in responding to the harassment claims.
Roger Ailes' Lawyer on His Exit Negotiations, Possible Fox News Future and If He Feels Betrayed by Megyn Kelly (Q&A)
Roger Ailes' Lawyer on His Exit Negotiations, Possible Fox News Future and If He Feels Betrayed by Megyn Kelly (Q&A)
Susan Estrich reveals talks are ongoing for the mogul's role at the network he founded and that "exit agreements can take all kinds of different forms, including agreements that provide for continuing roles. So there's a lot of negotiations going on."
Bankruptcy Judge Denies Gawker's Efforts to Shield Nick Denton from Hulk Hogan
Bankruptcy Judge Denies Gawker's Efforts to Shield Nick Denton from Hulk Hogan
A rejected injunction motion likely means personal bankruptcy for the Gawker founder.