SAG-AFTRA has told its members that they can work for entertainment advertising conglomerate Cimarron Productions Inc.
The documentary "The Invisible War" opened in four theaters over the weekend, grossing $16,500, but since its debut at Sundance in January, it has achieved what so many other projects have not: It…
The Supreme Court will review a lower court's ruling that customers could sue Comcast as a class action group in their claim that the cable provider created an anti-competitive monopoly in the…
Digital tech brings chaos to traditional dealmaking
Attorneys whose recent deals and court battles have changed the shape of entertainment
Columbia Pictures' Andrew Gumpert to receive Variety's Legal Leadership Awards:
As a newbie studio attorney, Andrew Gumpert benefited from a crash course not taught in any law school.
Beverly Hills Bar Assn. continues to educate members
Carl Bernstein accepted the Los Angeles Press Club's Presidents Award tonight by pushing back against "historical revisionists" who dismiss Watergate as merely a "blip" on the Nixon presidency…
Politico's Dave Levinthal has gone through Mitt Romney's latest donor list and finds show biz names wanting. Levinthal writes that the President's star supporters "together in May made 330 reportable…
The Supreme Court on Thursday struck down the FCC's punishments of the broadcast networks for airing so-called fleeting expletives, calling the rules "vague," but avoided weightier free speech…