Texas Monthly expected to file suit against Times over newly named magazine editor, Jake Silverstein
Six major studios have joined in the suit and are asking for unspecified damages
Two former interns had sued for unpaid wages, alleged labor violations
Jerry Kowal alleges wrongful termination, defamation and paints picture of brutal corporate culture
Media giant is accused of underpaying City franchise fees, not providing adequate public access infrastructure
Daughter of crash victim claims negligent hiring
Warner Bros. wins summary judgment in copyright infringement case; door still open for plaintiffs to file new amended complaint
Singer's former hair stylist claims she lifted his wig designs for her own line
The Hollywood trade is accused of reporting false stories about the controversial financier
Network says suit filed by former showrunner is "baseless"
The lawsuit claims Andrew Greene's character "is portrayed as a criminal, drug user, degenerate, depraved, and/or devoid of any morality or ethics."
The company says it was forced to rechristen its "Lots of Hugs" bears "Hugalots" because customers feared legal action -- from Disney
Couple claims, rather than help their traumatized daughter, syndicated talk show host Phil McGraw berated her and sent her to a "private prison"
Gawker refutes the director's claims, blames him for turning the leak into a story
Snapchat could be looking at an F.T.C. investigation
A former employee at The Brownstone filed the suit earlier this month
Magistrate also won't force the publisher to reveal anonymous sources on its stories claiming Cruise "abandoned" daughter Suri
Former editor Sandra Guzman is suing the paper for creating a "racially and sexually hostile work environment"
Publisher was sued by former interns. Now everyone will be "former intern"
Simers claims he was discriminated against because of his age, his physical disability and because he was critical of McCourt
Memo from AOL CEO Tim Armstrong reveals new details about the 2011 $315 million acquisition
The Lillehammer gold medalist says the agency and a small army of reps brazenly siphoned her earnings for nearly 20 years
Lawsuit claims Talk Radio Network defrauded and breached its contract with its morning show star
"Studio B with Shepard Smith" accidentally aired footage of Nature Romero's brother's suicide in 2012
If the high court reverses a 9th Circuit ruling, more copyright claims could come out of the woodwork
THR.com assistant editor David Simpson accuses the outlet of "willful disregard of mutual and economic realities of the working relationship with 'freelancers'"
The agency says the recent selfie star hasn't paid commissions since 2010
Lawsuit alleges that the professional social network raids users' address books to promote its services
Newspaper put her photo on an article about another porn star with HIV
The record labels seek an injunction and damages, claiming the satellite provider does not pay for their pre-1972 recordings