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Nicollette Sheridan’s ‘Desperate Housewives’ Lawsuit Revived by Appellate Court

A California court enters a new ruling in the biggest "will they, won't they" in entertainment law.

Halle Berry’s Lawyer at Center of Bizarre Legal Battle: “Sex Slave” or Stalker?

Neil Meyer is battling claims by "Jane Doe," an actress his attorneys have identified as Wen Yann Shih, that he abused her, but he says she is a jilted liar.

Tribeca Film, Well Go Co-Acquire Scott Foley’s Directorial Debut ‘Let’s Kill Ward’s Wife’

Foley, Patrick Wilson and James Carpinello star in and produced the dark comedy

Nicollette Sheridan Denied Retrial in ‘Desperate Housewives’ Termination Case

An appellate court overturned the Los Angeles Superior Court's decision to retry her case against Marc Cherry and ABC/Touchstone

Nicollette Sheridan Denied New ‘Desperate Housewives’ Trial

The actress unsuccessfully argued that new laws in California were enacted to her advantage. Unfortunately for her, they didn't come soon enough.

Nicollette Sheridan Seeks to Revive ‘Desperate Housewives’ Legal Case

The actress says in a new motion that the laws affecting her case -- in which she charges she was wrongly fired from the show -- have been changed, and so her suit should be reconsidered.

Hallmark Channel Preps 4 New Christmas Movies

New offerings for the cabler, which runs holiday films 24/7 from Thanksgiving through New Year's, include "The Christmas Spirit," a retelling of "It's a Wonderful Life" starring Nicollette Sheridan.

California Supreme Court Denies Nicollette Sheridan ‘Housewives’ Appeal

The actress must now attempt to assert that her exit from the hit ABC show violated the state's labor code.

Nicollette Sheridan Denied Rehearing of ‘Housewives’ Court Loss

In August, California's second appellate district court ruled that Sheridan was not unlawfully terminated when she was killed off the hit ABC series at the end of season 5.

Nicollette Sheridan Suffers Court of Appeal Setback in ‘Desperate Housewives’ Case

A new ruling says her wrongful termination claim is barred but she can refile her case to claim a labor code violation.

Appeals Court Calls Off ‘Desperate Housewives’ Retrial (Exclusive)

UPDATED: In a big setback for Nicollette Sheridan, a court rules the actress' key claim over her firing from ABC's "Housewives" likely should have been resolved in favor of Touchstone. Sheridan's lawyer insists the Sept. retrial will go forward.