Mon.Jul 11, 2011

NBC Universal Accused of Million-Dollar 'Harry Potter' Font Theft

THR, Esq. Entertainment & Media Law Blog

Eriq Gardner A $1.5 million lawsuit against NBC Universal over Harry Potter merchandise might be a sign of future lawsuits. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies Business

Newly Unemployed NOTW Reporters May Have Cause of Action

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From the Guardian: News of the World reporters who are now unemployed because of the paper's recent demise may be able to sue if they cannot find new jobs. Experts in UK employment law cite a 1997 ruling, Malik v

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Florida Judge Tosses a Key MPAA Claim Against Hotfile (Exclusive)

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Eriq Gardner The movie industry's battle against Hotfile is a test case concerning rampant alleged piracy on cyberlocker sites. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business MPAA

"Head of the Class" Creators Suing Talent Agency Over Alleged Side Deal, Unpaid Profits

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Michael Elias and Richard Eustis, who created the late 1980s hit "Head of the Class" are suing talent agency Creative Artists Agency, alleging that CAA had a private deal with Warner Brothers to receive profits from the studio, while Mr

Lawsuit Claims CAA Cheated TV Creators Out of Millions in Profits (Exclusive)

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Matthew Belloni "Head of the Class" creators Michael Elias and Richard Eustis claim the agency's package fee included an undisclosed "side deal" with Warner Bros. for 10% of profits. read more. THR, Esq. Television Television

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