Stevie Wonder Owes Millions, Claims Ex-Lawyer's Widow


A lawsuit says that the blind singer was read out loud the terms of an agreement that gave 6 percent of royalties in perpetuity to Johanan Vigoda and heirs.

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Netflix Beats Antitrust Class Action At Appeals Court


No support for subscriber injuries from a Netflix-Walmart pact means the lawsuit falls like a collapsing house of cards.

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Bill Cosby Asserts "Self-Defense" Rights in Retort to Rape Accusers


His lawyers argue it would be “inequitable” to allow the comedian to be sued for defamation over what’s been said about the alleged assaults.

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Patricia Arquette's New Film Caught in Legal Fight Over Foreign Piracy (Exclusive)


It took 12 years for “Boyhood” to be filmed and released. The distribution of the Oscar-winning actress’ newest film, “Electric Slide,” has now set off a timely controversy.

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'Blurred Lines' Trial: Motown Exec Wanted to Make Robin Thicke-Marvin Gaye Mashup


With Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams absent from court, attention turned to Universal Music and subsidiary Motown on the trial’s third day.

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Courtney Love Fails to Get an Appeals Court to Dispense Defamation Lawsuit


The singer/actress is neither Marlon Brando nor a free speech crusader.

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Seth MacFarlane Sued Over 'Ted' Talking Bottle Opener


Michael Cram says his invention has been supremely successful with 10 million units sold and a ‘Family Guy’ licensing deal. He says a knock-off threatens all that.

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Steven Tyler Lawyer Loses First Amendment Battle Over 'American Idol' Negotiations


An appeals court concludes that while the public is enamored with the reality singing competition, there’s no evidence of public interest in back-stage talent negotiations for the show.

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'Blurred Lines' Trial: Robin Thicke Performs Piano Medley In Court


The artist testified on the second day of the trial, with Pharrell and several members of Marvin Gaye’s family present in court.

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Power Lawyers Returns: Nominations Now Accepted for Top Entertainment Attorneys List


The annual special issue of the magazine publishes April 29.

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