What’s a fair price to allow millions of fans to watch pro and college football without dwelling on the irrevocable harm it might be doing to the participants? Try $765 million. That’s the settlement…
Three Time Warner Cable customers in Southern California have filed a class-action lawsuit against the cable company over the blackout of CBS, Showtime, The Movie Channel and KCAL — now in its 13th…
The sex abuse lawsuits leveled by three men against Elmo puppeteer Kevin Clash have been dismissed by a New York judge due to a time-barring technicality. The statute of limitations for these…
A filmmaker and the lead musician of Rupa & The April Fishes have filed lawsuits against Warner/Chappell Music, claiming that the rights to “Happy Birthday to You” are in the public domain and…
Aereo filed a request in New York federal court Monday seeking a declaratory ruling that its Internet TV service is legal, citing CBS execs’ tweets and statements threatening to sue the startup over…
A federal jury in Seattle has rejected an actress’ claim that IMDb breached a contract with her by posting her age on the site and refusing to remove it at her request. Junie Hoang had claimed that…
Challenging a long-standing profit participation practice, a clutch of filmmakers and the estate of Charles Bronson have filed a class-action lawsuit against four studios over homevideo accounting.
The MPAA fired another salvo at pic piracy on Thursday, announcing a third series of copyright lawsuits targeting illegal movie downloading and file-sharing.
Adding a new twist to a 30-year-old story, Berry Gordy, founder of legendary Motown Record Corp., has sued Edward Holland Jr. of the famed Holland-Dozier-Holland songwriting trio for malicious…
Home Shopping Network has been hit with three class-action shareholder lawsuits charging that the TV retailer failed to disclose financial improprieties.