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Major Studios Ink $50M Deal With Omniverse Over Pirating

Omniverse One World Television has agreed to shut down its operations and pay $50 million to Disney, Paramount and other Hollywood heavyweights to resolve a case accusing Omniverse of illegally selling copyrighted content to streaming services, according to a judgment entered Tuesday in California federal court…

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Actress Reboots Weinstein Suit To Add Disney, Miramax

Actress Paz de la Huerta on Tuesday refiled a California state court lawsuit accusing former film producer Harvey Weinstein of raping her multiple times, adding Miramax and The Walt Disney Co., as well as Disney’s current chief executive Robert Iger and his predecessor Michael Eisner, as defendants…

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Gibson Dunn Reps Playboy Writer Fighting White House Ban

Playboy magazine’s White House correspondent has tapped Gibson Dunn & Crutcher LLP to represent him in a lawsuit accusing Trump administration officials of violating the Constitution by revoking his press credentials, according to a lawsuit filed Tuesday in Washington, D.C., federal court…

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