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January 2018
  A dear Hollywood Lawyer’s client, 88Rising – digital media, music production and talent management company – was recently featured on Billboard’s website with founder Sean Miyashiro discussing the label’s success in detail. Here is an excerpt from the article, with full article found here. 88rising’s inaugural group show (and the kick-off to their Asia tour) was scheduled to...
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Enrique Iglesias is suing his former record label for “systematically underpaying” his streaming royalties. According to a new lawsuit filed in a Miami federal court, Iglesias alleges that he only received what is described as a “small fraction” of his 50% royalty rate for streaming from Universal Music Group (UMG), resulting in multimillion dollar losses, Billboard...
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Frank Miller and his former manager settled the manager’s lawsuit that alleged the graphic novelist and screenwriter owed him at least $1 million in commissions for several movie projects, including films in the “300” and “Sin City” franchises. Mark Lichtman sued Miller in Los Angeles Superior Court on July 19. Attorneys told Judge Stephanie Bowick...
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This week we are featuring production company and The Hollywood Lawyer client, Followed Horror Film LLC. Producer Matthew Brewbaker and his team at Followed Horror Film LLC have created a captivating movie with a unique take on social media and horror, Followed. “Depicted as a string of online vlog posts being navigated by an unseen...
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Singer Kid Rock has scored an early court victory in a legal battle over the original name for his new tour. The rocker had previously announced plans to call his trek the Greatest Show on Earth, but in December (17), he was slapped with a lawsuit by Feld Entertainment officials, who own the famous circuses...
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