The lawsuit never mentions the figure $1.5 billion that was widely ceased upon, and instead, opts for – “amount to be proven at trial.”
Relativity filed a $1.5B lawsuit against Netflix claiming breach of contract and trade libel, which a Netflix’s spokesperson called “baseless and ironic.”
A Starz Entertainment shareholder on Tuesday August 30th 2016 challenged the company’s proposed $4.4B merger with Lions Gate Entertainment.
Will Relativity’s Kavanaugh be able to escape the legal actions in connection with misappropriating $10 million in P&A capital used to prop up the company?
Netflix’s top executive endorsed the pending $55B Charter and Time Warner merger, saying he views it as a positive development for streaming video.
The makers of the Machete film franchise did not have their constitutional rights violated when Texas denied their application for a film incentive grant.
A group of small cable providers have complained to the FCC that content providers like AMC Networks Inc. hold too much leverage in carriage negotiations.
Suspended California attorney and movie producer Peter M. Hoffman, who is awaiting sentencing in Louisiana for a film tax credit fraud.
Paramount urged the Second Circuit not to revive a suit alleging it tricked a group of investors into financing a largely unsuccessful slate in 2004.
FilmTake.com highlights consequential legal matters affecting filmed entertainment.