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Live Nation Gets Appellate Victory in Antitrust Dispute
Live Nation Gets Appellate Victory in Antitrust Dispute
"Big is not necessarily bad," writes the 4th Circuit in a case that examined whether the concert giant coerced performing artists.
Kesha's Mom, Manager Win Dismissal of Dr. Luke Claims
Kesha's Mom, Manager Win Dismissal of Dr. Luke Claims
A New York judge won't let the music producer pursue Pebe Sebert and Jack Rovner for allegedly getting Kesha to repudiate her recording deals with allegations of abuse.
Fox Gets to Keep 'Empire' Series Title After Beating Hip-Hop Record Label in Court
Fox Gets to Keep 'Empire' Series Title After Beating Hip-Hop Record Label in Court
Judge rules that "Empire" has artistic relevance and isn't explicitly misleading.
Relativity Media Cheers Bankruptcy Judge's Nod on Exit Plan
Relativity Media Cheers Bankruptcy Judge's Nod on Exit Plan
A bankruptcy judge rules six months after one of the biggest bankruptcies in Hollywood history.
Lee Daniels Says Madonna Declaration Doesn't Save Sean Penn Lawsuit
Lee Daniels Says Madonna Declaration Doesn't Save Sean Penn Lawsuit
The 'Empire' co-creator says there was no actual malice, citing past reports of abuse including a "lurid account" of Sean Penn's "domestic terror."
Relativity Judge Not Ready to Approve Bankruptcy Exit
Relativity Judge Not Ready to Approve Bankruptcy Exit
"I'm not willing to confirm a plan based on possibility of something being done," said the judge. "I need it to be done."
Courtney Love's "Twibel" Win Upheld by Appeals Court
Courtney Love's "Twibel" Win Upheld by Appeals Court
The singer was sued by her ex-attorney over a tweet.
'NBA 2K' Videogame Maker Sued for Copyright Infringement Over LeBron James' Tattoos
'NBA 2K' Videogame Maker Sued for Copyright Infringement Over LeBron James' Tattoos
Take-Two Software is taken to court by a company that demanded more than $1.1 million for a license to eight tattoo designs.
Warner Bros. Horror Pic 'The Conjuring' Sees True Shocker in Producer's All-Out Rights War
Warner Bros. Horror Pic 'The Conjuring' Sees True Shocker in Producer's All-Out Rights War
After feeling ripped off, Tony DeRosa-Grund stalked the studio in court. At this point, the result is a nightmare.
Viacom Sues Owner of "Krusty Krab" Restaurant for Violating 'SpongeBob' Rights
Viacom Sues Owner of "Krusty Krab" Restaurant for Violating 'SpongeBob' Rights
The next Bubba Gump Shrimp Co.?
TV Industry Group Hints Google Has Inside Access at the FCC
TV Industry Group Hints Google Has Inside Access at the FCC
A coalition formed by the MPAA and telecoms speaks of "Top Secret meetings" and "hoodwinked" viewers.
Relativity’s Emergence From Chapter 11 May Come Down to a Single Objection
Relativity’s Emergence From Chapter 11 May Come Down to a Single Objection
The bank that extended a production loan on the forthcoming film 'Masterminds' is suddenly one of the most important players in whether the studio can put its plan for reorganization in motion.