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November 2018
Bobby Brown is coming after Showtime and the BBC with a $2 million lawsuit over the 2017 Whitney Houston documentary “Whitney: Can I Be Me,”claiming the film harmed him by improperly using footage from his 2005 Bravo reality series “Being Bobby Brown.” While the film received largely positive reviews from critics, Brown’s lawsuit accuses the “Can I Be...
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One of The Hollywood Lawyer’s dear clients and friends, Kevin Woo, recently released his debut Japanese single, “Ride Along.” Check out the video (in English) here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCpyl5p95Q4Tp8Yp4YvXCHXg   And be sure to follow Kevin on Instagram here. ————————————————————————————————————————– Disclaimer: Please note that the information contained within this blog post and site is offered simply as...
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Not long after Drake released his third studio album, Nothing Was the Same, back in 2013, one of the record’s tracks was the subject of a lawsuit thanks to its use of an apparently uncleared Jimmy Smith sample. In 2014, Jimmy Smith’s estate and music publishing company, Hebrew Hustle, filed a lawsuit against Drake and...
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A year ago, the Denver Film Society announced it would join an antitrust lawsuit against Landmark Theatres; the indie film giant responded with a request for the case to be dismissed. Today, October 1, just weeks before the Denver Film Festival opens, the Film Society announced that part of Landmark’s request has been denied, and...
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We’re so excited, because our awesome client, fitness superstar, and American Ninja Warrior alum Natalie Duran, will be returning to the series as a mentor on American Ninja Warrior Junior! Tune in Saturdays @ 7pm ET on Universal Kids. Learn more about American Ninja Warrior Junior here. And be sure to follow Natalie on Instagram...
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