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Woody Harrelson Film Winkingly References Power Lawyer Marty Singer

'Lost in London' was inspired by Harrelson's real-life London experiences on June 7, 2002, when he was arrested for vandalizing a cab, then featured on a tabloid cover in an alleged cheating scandal.

Bill Cosby’s Former Attorney Added to Janice Dickinson’s Defamation Lawsuit (Report)

Marty Singer, who left Cosby's defense team last month, is named in a new, amended complaint filed on Monday.

Sumner Redstone’s Two Girlfriends Throwing Him 92nd Birthday “Passion to Party” Bash Amid Viacom Intrigue

Tony Bennett and Michael Milken are among those confirmed to attend the event as a feeding frenzy of questions surrounds the frail billionaire, who is turning 92.

Bill Cosby’s Lawyer Threatens New York Daily News Over “Defamatory” Rape Story

Marty Singer sent the newspaper a lengthy letter bashing its publication of claims made by Sammy Davis Jr.'s ex-girlfriend

Hollywood Docket: Jon Lovitz’s Dispute With Comedy Club Manager Ends

Halle Berry scores an injunction in a conflict over advertising and a judge is skeptical of copyright claims against Jay Z

Hollywood Sex Abuse Film Revealed: Explosive Claims, New Figures Named (Exclusive)

Oscar-nominated documentarian Amy Berg talks 'An Open Secret,' which targets underage abuse and names more names: "When you meet the victims … it’s difficult to ignore"

Former Playmate Among Investors Sued for Fraud in L.A. Nightlife Legal Fight (Exclusive)

Fellow investors seek $5 million from Jayde Nicole, who also is a reality TV veteran, and her business partners in top Hollywood club AV.

How to Write an Effectively Nasty Lawyer Letter

Hollywood legal experts explain the tricky science of the cease-and-desist missive.

Marty Singer Breaks Down the Art of the Cease-and-Desist Letter

The superlawyer threatened New York Magazine over a 2011 article about Brett Ratner.

John Travolta, Marty Singer Sued for Libel by Author of Spa-Sex Book

UPDATED: Robert Randolph claims the lawyer's comments to Gawker have harmed his reputation. Singer threatens to sue for malicious prosecution

Hollywood Docket: Brendan Fraser Sues; Kelsey Grammer Wins; And the Funniest Lawsuit of the Year

A roundup of entertainment and media law news including a win for Leslie Moonves and a setback for Beyoncé

Charlie Sheen, Sharon Stone, Arnold Schwarzenegger Toast Marty Singer at Wild Lawyer of the Year Dinner

"Marty might be the only person who has f---ed more people than I have," Sheen said of the pitbull attorney.