A California appellate court has reversed a $1.4 million award of punitive damages to Starz Entertainment in its suit against a woman who sold the company the homevideo rights to “The Man from…
A New York appellate court has overturned a 2010 verdict favoring lender Citigroup in Terra Firma Investments' fraud suit over its 2007 purchase of EMI Music. While Friday's decision by the U.S…
A federal appellate court has denied the Walt Disney Co.'s request that it rehear and review a $320 million jury verdict in favor of Celador Intl. over the profits from "Who Wants to Be a…
A New York Judge has upheld a circa $1 billion jury verdict from last summer against Vivendi and added interest, a move the Paris conglom said Thursday that it plans to appeal.
Newsies are making the most of the Casey Anthony verdict: the media-saturated murder trial will have dedicated specials this evening and throughout the week on multiple broadcast and cable news…
Will Broadway soon be bathed in "Red?"
Gotham legiters generally agree that new tuner "The Addams Family" has the potential to become the large-scale, brand-name crowdpleaser of the Broadway season.
Stateside legiters are keeping a close eye on the latest play by Alan Bennett, "The Habit of Art."
The Donmar Warehouse revival of the 1998 Jason Robert Brown/Alfred Uhry tuner "Parade" is a staging of a show many believe never got its due.
Gotham legiters already had their eye on "American Idiot," the Green Day musical that opened last week at Berkeley Repertory Theater.
Commercial producers of the new tuner version of "Catch Me if You Can," which opened at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theater Aug. 6, have decided to bow the show out of town without a subsequent Broadway run…