Paramount has settled a massive lawsuit with its investors, ending more than a year of back-and-forth litigation that underscored some of Wall Street's frustration with Hollywood.
For many in the entertainment legal community, particularly those who have taken on the studios over profit participation, the jury's decision reinforced their ideas about Hollywood accounting.
The economics of Hollywood's TV studios have been strengthened so much by new windows that even Apple won't be able to disrupt their business, according to a new research report.
Super-attorney Bert Fields joined Greenberg Glusker 30 years ago. Through that Century City firm – now monikered Greenberg Glusker Fields Claman & Machtinger – Fields has repped some of Hollywood's…
A trial has been scheduled for Pierce O'Donnell after a federal judge refused Monday to sentence him to jail time and prosecutors declined to budge from a plea agreement that would have seen the…
Charlie Sheen's case against Warner Bros. has settled, the theatrics of the dispute replaced by a conciliatory tone. But one issue remains an ongoing source of discontent in the legal community…
Paul Shurgot, a key member of Disney's financial team for more than 11 years, has been promoted to senior VP-chief financial officer of the Walt Disney Studios.
Paramount Pictures Corp. has filed a multimillion dollar lawsuit against a former employee for allegedly embezzling at least $1.3 million.
The biggest cliffhangers at NBC are whether “Seinfeld” will come back for a ninth season, and whether NBC can get it back without changing the way stars of hit sitcoms are compensated. You already…
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