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  1. Katherine Heigl Ends Lawsuit Over Duane Reade Tweet (Exclusive)

    12:14 pm 8/27/2014

    The actress sued when the drug chain showed her carrying a shopping bag.Read more

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  2. Former ICM Interns Seek Class Action Certification

    10:51 am 8/27/2014

    Plaintiffs' attorneys also attack an arbitration agreement as "unconscionable"Read more

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  3. Gov. Jerry Brown, California Legislature to Approve Film/TV Tax Incentive Increase

    10:24 am 8/27/2014

    The credits will be installed over a five-year period and top out at $330 million a yearRead more

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  4. Time Warner Cable Restores Services After Outages Across Country

    4:47 am 8/27/2014

    With Internet and on-demand services affected, the cable company has become a trending topic on TwitterRead more

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  5. HBO Europe Hires 'The Borgias' Producer Amid Push Into Originals

    4:01 am 8/27/2014

    As executive producer, drama development, Steve Matthews will be based in LondonRead more

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  6. The Weinstein Company Wins 'Lovelace' Lawsuit

    3:17 pm 8/26/2014

    A judge sees the difference between a porn film and a biopic of a porn star Read more

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  7. It's Official: Suing Over Graffiti Is Fashionable

    1:04 pm 8/26/2014

    A new lawsuit against Roberto Cavalli continues a recent march by street artists to the courthouseRead more

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  8. California Movie/TV Incentives: Bill Likely to Pass But Not at $400 Million

    12:43 pm 8/26/2014

    Last-minute negotiations between legislators and Gov. Jerry Brown likely to lead to an amount above the current $100 million in tax credits Read more

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  9. Investors Attack How Paramount Calculates Damages in Film Finance Lawsuit

    11:24 am 8/26/2014

    The dispute concerns 25 films, including 'Mean Girls' and 'The Manchurian Candidate,' but could go furtherRead more

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  10. Universal Music Sues Over VH1 DJ Competition Series

    9:15 am 8/26/2014

    The third season of 'Masters of the Mix' allegedly used lots of unlicensed musicRead more

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