Remember when episodes of Columbo would start with a cleverly planned and, er, executed killing in which the perp took great pains in trying to throw the cops off his trail? Well, the creators of that iconic NBC crime drama starring Peter Falk are suing Universal over what they claim is not deliberate elusiveness but merely choosing not to pay them what was owed.
Sometimes There’s Nothing More Dangerous Than A Good Idea. Some ideas are so commonplace and ordinary that they are excluded from copyright law protection under the scenes a faire doctrine.
A California judge overseeing Sylvester Stallone’s suit accusing Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. of concealing his “Demolition Man” revenue share ordered the studio Wednesday to provide documents for the film’s other profit participants, saying the information is necessary for the actor to fully litigate his claims. Wednesday’s decision by Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge John […]
One On One With Richard Simmons’ Attorney Neville Johnson; Lawsuit filed over tabloid report of transitioning
A judge will permit the actor to use his claims over ‘Demolition Man’ to explore how the studio’s accounting might amount to unfair business practices impacting consumers, other talent and other studios.
Bachelor in Paradise’ Debacle Could Lead to Legal Hell Susan Seager | June 13, 2017 The “Bachelor in Paradise” contestant at the center of a Warner Bros. investigation is likely under a tight contract that constrains her legal options — but it isn’t insurmountable, an entertainment attorney told TheWrap. Warner Bros., the studio behind the “Bachelor” franchise, said Sunday it […]