Aereo Tries to Preempt CBS Lawsuit 2 weeks ago
Aereo, the antennae-based service that allows subscribers to watch television online, filed a motion Monday hoping to keep CBS from suing...
By Tim Molloy
Iranian media reports the government is angered over the "unrealistic portrayal" of the country in Ben Affleck's Oscar-winning film
Sportscaster says hotel is seeking medical and employment records to "harass and embarrass" her
Patricia Cornwell sued her former financial manager
Justice Department has already reached agreements with three other publishers, but will take Apple to trial in June
Apple sued Amazon for calling its online software store an "Appstore"
The bloggers say they deserve a cut of the $315 million AOL spent purchasing the site
David Hester says he was fired for objecting to valuables being planted
"Flipping Out" reality star Jeff Lewis is concerned that his assisant Jenni Pulos may have breached a confidentiality agreement in an upcoming book
Contrary to reports, "Arthur" star Russell Brand didn't pull a hit-and-run on a pedestrian in January -- but the lawyer representing the man still wants hundreds of thousands of dollars
Samsung must now pay Apple $1 billion, the federal jury ruled
Martin Scorsese responded on Friday to a lawsuit accusing him of violating contracts he signed to adapt the Japense novel “Silence"
Company accused of repeatedly contacting consumers who asked for calls to cease
Says viewers "delivered the ultimate form of justice"
Plaintiffs allege negligence on the part of the filmmakers for not training the Chinese stuntmen
HuffPo is being sued for trademark infringement for the use of "Mindful Living" and "Mindful Travel" on its site
Basketball star Tony Parker sues nightclub where melee occurred, saying his eye was injured during the fight
On the heels of his battle with Stephen Baldwin, Kevin Costner now has a neighbor who wants him to cut down trees that block his ocean view
CBS seeks temporary restraining order to keep "Glass House" -- scheduled to premiere June 18 -- off the air until its case can go to trial
Nicollette Sheridan's lawyer is defiant after a court indefinitely stays the September retrial
The team behind Sam Raimi's cult classic "Evil Dead" says it never gave the sequel rights to Award Pictures
"The Descendants" star George Clooney and "Mirror Mirror" star Julia Roberts are suing two companies, claiming that their likenesses were used without permission
News Corp.'s British publishing unit finds itself the target of several more civil suits, making the total over 100
Lawsuit: No "Bachelor" or "Bachelorette" of color in 23 seasons
Stern and agent sought bonuses for subscribers
Apple is fighting back against the Justice Department's claims
Yahoo alleges that Facebook violated 10 of its patents, ripping off its messaging, ads and more
Richard Linklater’s third peek into the love story of the couple played by Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke celebrates romance, compromise, disillusionment and the glory of conversation