Blog Profile / Hollywood, Esq.


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Archived Since:April 7, 2011

Blog Post Archive

YouTube Star Claims The Collective Withheld Money From 'Annoying Orange' Show (Exclusive)

"Annoying Orange" creator Dane Boedigheimer wants to bring The Collective to arbitration before the firm "becomes completely insolvent" read more

Octavia Spencer Wins Lawsuit Over Weight Loss Endorsement Deal

The Oscar winner claimed her tweets led to her wrongful termination from a sponsorship deal read more

Michael Keaton Beats Producers' Lawsuit Over His Directorial Debut (Exclusive)

A judge gives Keaton a big victory, noting how hard the actor/director worked to publicize his directorial debut, "The Merry Gentleman" read more

Sony Threatens to Sue Twitter Over Spread of Hack-Related Tweets

Sony attorney David Boies sent a letter to the social media giant's general counsel read more

Pharrell Williams' Lawyer to YouTube: Remove Our Songs or Face $1 Billion Lawsuit

YouTube has been told to stop performing the compositions of about 20,000 songs, but Irving Azoff's clients are finding the takedown process to be frustrating read more

'Citizenfour' Producers Sued Over Edward Snowden Leaks (Exclusive)

The lawsuit filed on behalf of the American people wishes to hold The Weinstein Co., Participant Media and others liable for aiding and abetting Snowden read more

'Citizenfour' Producers Are Being Sued Over Edward Snowden Leaks (Exclusive)

The lawsuit filed on behalf of the American people wishes to hold The Weinstein Company, Participant Media and others liable for aiding and abetting Snowden read more

Sony Hit With Fourth Class-Action Lawsuit Over Stolen Data (Exclusive)

"Security at Sony Pictures wasn’t breached, it was abandoned," two former IT employees claim read more

More Sony Hack Fallout: Google Fights Mississippi and the MPAA

A secret anti-piracy lobbying campaign codenamed "Project Goliath" is scrutinized read more

FCC Refuses to Strip Redskins Owner's Broadcast License Over Team Nickname

It rejects claims the Redskins name is profane and indecent; or that Snyder lacks the character to hold a FCC license read more

Google Seizes on Sony Hacked Docs to Attack MPAA Conspiracy

Google's general counsel says the MPAA's anti-piracy campaign is "deeply concerning" read more

TV Broadcasters Attempt to Delay Aereo's Sale of Technology

Currently in bankruptcy, Aereo blasts the move as a calculated strategy to continue the bleeding read more

Lawyer Won't Have to Pay Up After Issuing $1 Million Challenge on TV

Appeals court says "offer" made on NBC's "Dateline" was merely a figure of speech read more

Sony Hit With Third Class Action Lawsuit Over Privacy Breach

The complaint says that the studio went on a public relations campaign rather than give employees notice about the scope of the breach. read more

Hollywood Docket: Iggy Azalea's Ex; Twitter's Celebrities; Kanye West's 'Gold Digger'

Former boyfriends, dead celebrities and widows: A roundup of entertainment law developments read more

Doubts Raised In Court Over Secrecy of Movie and TV Script Summaries

Three defendants in a lawsuit are attempting to prevent an order that would stop them from disseminating analyses of scripts obtained from a company's secure website read more

New Lawsuit Claims Sony’s 'The Interview' Put Employees in Danger (Exclusive)

The studio is hit with a second class action by employees whose privacy was breached in hack read more

Film Academy Sues Oscar Winner's Heir for Selling Statuette

Legal action is taken after the 1953 Oscar for Cinematography is put on eBay read more

Sony Hack: First Lawsuit Filed Against Company by Ex-Employees

The complaint filed in California says that Sony failed to secure its computer systems despite warnings of the threat read more

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