Company still faces punitive damages in ruling that also found age discrimination and "malice, fraud or oppression"
"Friends" star's attorney says they will appeal
New York man claims he was subjected to racial slurs and profanity, ultimately breaking his wrist during altercation
The former "Desperate Housewives" actress has been granted a new trial by Los Angeles Superior Court
Production company Gold Glove claims WB doctored time stamps and other data on floppy disks containing screenplay files
Judge has found in favor of the director and 20th Century Fox in third "Avatar" lawsuit in the past year
Writers claim concept and plot was ripped off from another script repped by same talent agency as "New Girl" production team
Scott, an openly gay transgendered blogger, filed a discrimination lawsuit against BET and its parent company, Viacom, last summer
Artists filed class action suit for unpaid royalties from digital downloads and ringtones in 2012
Plaintiffs say Woody Harrelson and his onscreen cronies are too close be chance -- and have caused them harm and embarassment
A former employee at The Brownstone filed the suit earlier this month
Former editor Sandra Guzman accused paper of firing her in retaliation for complaints of "hostile" environment
Writer claims that his idea was stolen for film, according to lawsuit
Holly Gagnier has been sued over allegations claiming she tried to kill movie deal between her former ballet teacher and Tylo
The company and its executives are accused of misrepresenting the biz potential of the Blackberry 10 smartphone line
Meanwhile, Albert Pujols files his own lawsuit revolving around performance-enhancing drugs
A deeper look into the media group in the wake of a lawsuit by Tom Cruise against the publisher led to the title being shuttered
"It's easy to catch the networks out in a lie as they say so many of them," Alki David tells TheWrap, "But finally we caught...
Viewer of the popular AMC series wants to know why he only received eight episodes when he ordered a full season
Unpaid interns are fighting back. TheWrap takes a look at the status of a flurry of new lawsuits
Movie studios and a company called Printless Previews had been in litigation over film editing patent since 2005.
Bert Fields, lawyer for the estate of "Godfather" author Mario Puzo, says Paramount "wanted a war, and they're going to get one"
A federal jury awards Beverly Hills restaurateur Mr. Chow $1M in case against an ersatz Chow; Philippe Chow cleared of trademark infringement, unfair and deceptive...
Michael Moore sued his "Fahrenheit 9/11" partners Bob and Harvey Weinstein for $2.7 million in February 2011.
The producer of "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" will pay ousted director Julie Taymor full royalties for the Broadway show
In a very personal lawsuit, Chris Pine's former agency, SDB Partners, demands payment for "Star Trek" and "Jack Ryan" films, among others
Penske Media Corp., which owns Nikki Finke's website, is suing the parent company of the Hollywood Reporter over copyright infringement
Kodak sues over technology that lets people share photographs directly from digital cameras without having to transfer pictures to computers
Foreign Press' lawsuit against Dick Clark Productions will go to trial about a week after the awards
The investor group says it provided nearly $375 million for projects including the "Transformers" franchise, but has received none of the profits