A trio of Mulholland Drive property owners have sued rock star Don Henley and one of his neighbors for allegedly bribing and conspiring with local officials to stop the building of a house.
A court-appointed referee has decided that the public and press have no business examining thousands of documents regarding the French bank Credit Lyonnais' portfolio of loans to the entertainment…
A second lawsuit charging officers with mismanagement has been filed in the Delaware Court against American Multi-Cinema by stockholder James M. Bird, which accuses officers and directors of grossly…
The three major Hollywood guilds are not expected to contest Creative Artists Agency's advisory role with Credit Lyonnais,as long as the talent agency provides them certain assurances, sources said…
Speculation that Ferruzzi is trying to unload its stake in private TV web TeleMontecarlo has been put to rest after Ferruzzi last week purchased the 11% owned by web's previous management.
The board of directors of the Writers Guild of America, West, has decided to shut down all public forums on the union's electronic bulletin board system and to rescind the Guild's recently adopted…
The Canadian Broadcasting Corp. has been hit by another round of government budget cuts. Federal Finance Minister Don Mazankowski presented a budget to the House of Commons in Ottawa Monday that…
Euro Disney S.C.A., operators of the theme park and resort near Paris, announced losses Tuesday for their second six months of operation.
Broadcaster Clear Channel Communications Tuesday posted the most successful first quarter in its 21-year history, according to president and chief executive officer L. Lowry Mays.
While conflict of interest is a current hot potato among legal firms, some showbiz lawyers still tend to look at such conflicts as a plus, according to speakers at a legal conference Saturday.