Old financial scandals fade away, but the bankruptcies they spawn seemingly go on forever.
Hollywood producer Gerald Green and his wife, Patricia, who were charged in January with bribing a Thai government official, face additional allegations of bribery that the U.S. government claims…
The MPAA and RealNetworks filed dueling lawsuits Tuesday over software that allows users to copy protected DVD content onto a computer hard drive.
A federal jury convicted former Hollywood private eye Anthony Pellicano and entertainment attorney Terry Christensen on Friday on conspiracy and wiretapping charges in connection with their illegal…
Kirk Kerkorian, age 91 and worth well north of $10 billion, made a rare appearance in a courtroom Wednesday.
A group of over-40 television writers settled a long-running age discrimination lawsuit against ICM on Tuesday.
Cathy Schulman has won another victory in her long-running legal dispute with Michael Ovitz. According to sources, Schulman won a confidential arbitration that completely takes her off the hook for…
It may be July, but don't expect "Smiles on a Summer Night" -- at least not in the U.S. "Cries and Whispers" of frustration may be more like it.
A Colorado judge has given Swedish Film giant Svensk Filmindustri 30 days to transfer the rights to its extensive film catalog -- which includes virtually all of the late director Ingmar Bergman's…
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals held Friday that the daughter of Eric Knight, the author of "Lassie Come Home," has the right to terminate Classic Media's copyrights in the classic story of a…
The Los Angeles Chapter of the National Lawyers Guild will hold its annual dinner Sunday at the Pasadena Hilton Hotel.
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