Hollywood Docket: Legal Meaning of 'Sheen'; Song Theft; Lady Gaga v. Breast Milk Ice Cream

Law buzz this morning...

  • The editor-in-chief of Black's Law Dictionary believes "Sheen" will become part of the lexicon, offering "To ‘pull a Sheen’ could mean to ridiculously try to defend oneself in the public media." [NYT]
  • Several Hollywood studios have agreed to changes relating to the financing and installation of digital projection equipment in European movie theaters to resolve an EU antitrust probe. [Europa]
  • A federal judge has dismissed a copyright lawsuit against Kanye West that alleged he stole his hit single "Stronger" from a songwriter/producer. [AllHipHop]
  • Christina Aguilera and Sony Music are being sued for allegedly ripping off a 43-year-old beat for her new single, "Ain't No Other Man." [TMZ]
  • Lady Gaga is threatening legal action against a British shop selling ice cream made from human breast milk. This disgusting product is called "Baby Gaga." [Guardian]
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