Sony Pictures Sued by 'Wild Oats' Financier

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Impex Enterprises claims Sony is refusing to make required payments. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies THR Online

'Wolf of Wall Street' Financier Challenges U.S. Government's 1MDB Seizures

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Red Granite co-founder Riza Aziz says through court documents he's an "innocent owner" of assets allegedly derived from embezzlement. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business THR Online International

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Modern VideoFilm Founder Headed to Trial in $100M Fraud Dispute With Financier

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The trial between Moshe Barkat and Medley Capital is set to begin in June. read more. THR, Esq. Television Television THR Online

YouTube Creates Financial Incentive for Counternotices that Profit YouTube

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And hasn’t YouTube just created a financial incentive for infringers to file counternotifications regardless of the merits if they know that the money will keep coming in after this hiccup of ContentID is pushed to the side? You knew it was coming.

The Weinstein Co.'s "Precarious" Financial State Becomes Issue in Lawsuit

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Fighting for money promised for the animated TV series 'David the Gnome,' the plaintiffs want the Weinsteins to put millions into an escrow account. read more. THR, Esq. Business Television Business THR Online Harvey Weinstein The Weinstein Company

Morgan Spurlock Sues Financier for Backing Out of NASCAR Documentary

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Broad Green Pictures is alleged to have represented that the film was "greenlit" only to repudiate a contract halfway through shooting. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business THR Online

'Hacksaw Ridge' Financier Claims Chinese Credit Snub Led to Defamation Suit

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A court will decide if statements made in China are covered by California's statute protecting First Amendment activity. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies THR Online

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'Birdman' Financier Worldview: Anatomy of a Cannes Implosion

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Christopher Woodrow, CEO of film-financing player Worldview, made a splash last year as an amfAR sponsor with Oscar contender 'Birdman' on the way. Then came charges of embezzlement, an email where he falsely said a colleague had died — and litigation. Lots of it. read more. THR, Esq. THR, Esq.

Relativity Bankruptcy: Financier Wants Cap on Residuals, Profit Participation Payments

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Manchester Securities argues debtors haven't demonstrated necessity. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business THR Online

Hollywood Docket: 'Hacksaw Ridge' Financier Beats One Defamation Suit As Another Is Filed

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Plus, developments in a 'Snowden' financing lawsuit. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies THR Online

'Birdman' Credit Snub Explored in Financier's Lawsuit

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Former Worldview CFO Hoyt David Morgan fought with colleagues at the Cannes Film Festival. Later, he says, his credit on the acclaimed film was sold to another investor for millions. read more. The Business Movies THR Online THR, Esq. Business

Film Financier Hounds Sales Agent Ruled to Have Misappropriated Revenue

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Green-Light International must transfer more than $400,000 pronto, demands the backer of a Pierce Brosnan film. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business THR Online

Paramount Alleges JPMorgan-Led Financial Conspiracy (Exclusive)

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According to explosive new court documents, the largest bank in the United States thought it was making "risk-free" loans to fund major films, and when that turned out to be wrong, a secret deal was made to cause trouble for the studio. read more. The Business Paramount Movies THR, Esq. Business

Modern VideoFilm Founder Ramps Up Legal Fight Against Financier

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Moshe Barkat has rebooted his $100 million lawsuit against Medley Capital, which he says destroyed his life's work by running the company he founded into the ground. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies THR Online

'Wolf of Wall Street' Financier Red Granite Now Facing Malaysians in Racketeering Lawsuit

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A putative class action alleges that Riza Aziz and Joey McFarland knew the company's money was derived from illegal activity. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business THR Online

Lexis Launches ‘Practice Advisor’ for Financial Restructuring and Bankruptcy

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Leana Fisher was an associate in the financial restructuring practice group at Morgan, Lewis & Bockius the first time a partner asked her to draft a reorganization plan for a debtor. This financial restructurings module is the second.

Discovery Accused of Taking Advantage of Financial Crimes to Steal TLC's 'The Little Couple'

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LMNO also says that last week, Discovery sent notices of termination for other reality shows including "7 Little Johnstons," "Killer Confessions," "Speaking For The Dead," "Unusual Suspects" and "Hollywood & Crime" read more. THR, Esq. The Business Television Business THR Online

Cher Sues Financial Firm for Fraud After $1.3 Million in Investments

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The singer says that any promises that her investments still could generate strong returns are "hogwash." read more. THR, Esq. The Business Business THR Online

Paramount to Sue JPMorgan Over Alleged Financial Conspiracy (Exclusive)

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The studio believes the banking giant made a secret deal in order to recover money on "risk free" loans on 25 films including "The Truman Show," "Face/Off" and "Runaway Bride." read more. The Business Paramount Pictures Movies THR, Esq. Business

Sly Stone's Financial Downfall Detailed in Court Ruling

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The psychedelic funk superstar alleged that in 1989, he was induced into giving up much of his song royalties by a manager and attorney fueling his drug addictions. Sony Music and Warner Music won''t have to pay for that. read more. Music THR, Esq

Reese Witherspoon Film Dropout Sparks Lawsuit Against Financiers

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Envision and Brand-in Entertainment are sued for a second time this year over a product placement gone awry. read more. The Business Movies THR Online THR, Esq. Business

Richard Linklater Sued by Financier Claiming to Have Been Cut Out of 'Everybody Wants Some'

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Erik Gordon says he reached a deal to finance the Linklater film and that Paramount's rights were concealed from him. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business THR Online

'Motor City' Producers Face Lawsuits from Gerard Butler, Film Financier

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The suspension of an Albert Hughes film causes the lead actor and a finance company that made a bridge loan to attempt the collection of allegedly owed money. read more. Gerard Butler Movies THR, Esq. Business

Financial Hardship for Samuel L. Jackson? How Celebrities Get Out of Jury Duty

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The potential for distraction or influence generally does not convince judges to dismiss celebrities, says Los Angeles litigator John Gatti. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies Culture Business THR Online January Jones Samuel L. Jackson

Latest Hollywood Cyber-Whodunnit: Who's Hacking 'Wolf of Wall Street' Financiers (and Why?)

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It's not getting Sony headlines, but there's bizarre intrigue behind the Red Granite hacking, with late-night phone calls, possible physical surveillance and speculation that its co-founder's step-father, Malaysia's prime minister, may have embezzled $700 million. read more. THR, Esq.

Relativity Bankruptcy: Financier Seeks to Sell 'Masterminds,' 'Kidnap' to Other Film Studios

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RKA Film Financing asks for the right to enter Relativity's premises and take possession of films used as collateral to secure a P&A loan. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business THR Online Halle Berry Kristen Wiig Relativity Media Ryan Kavanaugh Masterminds

Financial services: transparency through social media?

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ReliefWeb » Document » Iraq / Wikileaks: statement by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights GENEVA (26 October 2010)– "The files reportedly indicate that the US knew, among other things, about widespread use of torture and ill-treatment of detainees by Iraqi forces, and yet proceeded with the transfer of thousands of persons who had been detained by US forces to Iraqi custody between early 2009 and July 2010.

Relativity's Ryan Kavanaugh, Film Financier Duke It Out In New Lawsuits

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RKA Film Financing calls the Relativity CEO a "con man" in its second lawsuit against him; Relativity claims the backer is trying to disrupt talks with new investors. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Home Movies Business THR Online Relativity Media Ryan Kavanaugh

CosmoLex Update Fine Tunes Controls Over User Access to Financial Details

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A new update to CosmoLex — the cloud-based law practice management platform — enables system administrators to more granularly control user access to a law firm’s financial information. The post CosmoLex Update Fine Tunes Controls Over User Access to Financial Details appeared first on Robert Ambrogi's LawSites.

French on Sex, Videos, and Insurance: How Gawker Could Have Avoided Financial Responsibility for the Hulk Hogan Verdict

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French, Penn State Law School, has published Sex, Videos, and Insurance: How Gawker Could Have Avoided Financial Responsibility for the $140 Million Hulk Hogan Sex Tape Verdict at 90 S. Christopher C.

Financial crimes unit to help Trump-Russia invetigation. Rachel Maddow reports that with the Trump-Russia investigation expanding into Donald Trump's businesses, the Treasury Department's Financial Crimes Enforcement Network has agreed to share important information with investigators. | MSNBC

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FCC Fines Public Broadcaster $10,000 for Missing Quarterly Issues Programs Lists – No Leniency Without Showing of Financial Hardship

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The licensee had pleaded that the radio station fine should be reduced given that the public file failure began when it acquired the station from a local college that was about to shut the station down as it was not financially viable for the college. The FCC yesterday released an order fining a public broadcaster $10,000 for failing to prepare and place in its public file 13 consecutive quarterly issues programs lists.

Dick Wolf's Financial Advisers Beat Lawsuit Over 'Law & Order' Creator's Divorce

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Christine Wolf, ex-wife of the TV producer, claimed she was defrauded in their 2003 divorce settlement, but a judge canceled this series. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Television Business THR Online

Class action claims Disney stiffed financial analysts on overtime

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Thirty-six financial analysts and contract researchers. By Matthew Belloni EXCLUSIVE: Some of the Disney employees who make sure A-list stars get paid accurately by the studio are now suing claiming—yes, you guessed it—that they weren't paid accurately by the studio.

'Wolf of Wall Street' Financier Gets Racketeering Claim Dropped

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Red Granite, which also is producing the upcoming "Dumb and Dumber To," was accused of using embezzled foreign money to finance its films. read more. The Business Movies THR Online THR, Esq. Business

'Survivor' Financial Consultant Sues Seeking $14 Million in Profits

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Layne Leslie Britton claims that Conrad Riggs, a former business partner of Survivor creator Mark Burnett, cheated him out of a share of revenue. read more. Survivor THR, Esq. Television Mark Burnett

Jon Lovitz Lawsuit Claims Partner Pushed L.A. Comedy Club Into 'Financial Disarray' (Exclusive)

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The former "SNL" star alleges his club's manager stole more than $100,000 and caused the club to fail and cost him $1.5 million. read more. The Business THR, Esq. Jon Lovitz Business

Lawyer disbarred over falsified tax returns to get financial aid

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Bruce Paul Golden, a former partner at McDermott, Will & Emery, who has been practicing law since 1969, submitted falsified tax returns to get $25,000 in financial aid to send his kid to private school. If true, this guy is a complete piece of s**t. Source). For $25K, he got disbarred. Filed under: misc.

Film Financier Sues 20th Century Fox Over Mysterious Investment (Exclusive)

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Eriq Gardner Here's what happens when the co-financier of a slate of Fox films can't pay up in full. read more. THR, Esq. Movies Movies Business

EXCLUSIVE: Film Musicians Sue for Access to Spyglass Financials

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Eriq Gardner Spyglass is accused of failing to open up its financial books on 15 films, allegedly violating labor agreement. read more. THR, Esq. The Business Movies Business