Entertainment Law

Even from beyond the grave, Michael Jackson is singing, dancing and delighting audiences. A May 18th performance at the Billboard Music Awards featured a holographic Michael Jackson, the second major show featuring a deceased performer, according to Entertainment Law Digest. The first use of the [...]

Entertainment Law

South African Olympian, Oscar Pistorius, has had many of his personal failings laid bare in court after shooting his girlfriend, Reeva Steenkamp, through a bathroom door. The athlete contends that the event was an accident and that he thought he was acting to protect himself and Steenkamp [...]

Entertainment Law

Despite The Onion’s funny reputation, it seems like those at the top aren’t laughing these days. David Schafer, The Onion’s majority shareholder, allegedly deprived co-founder Peter Haise of an executive producer credit for The Onion Movie, which he helped to develop, according [...]

Entertainment Law

Paul Walker – famous for his roles in the Fast and Furious series – was killed in a car crash last November. However, he wasn’t the only person to pass away in the accident. The driver of the vehicle – Roger W. Rodas – was also killed, and his widow is filing a [...]

NCAA Law

Former UCLA basketball star, Ed O’Bannon, recently filed an anti-trust lawsuit against the NCAA He is claiming the organization is violating anti-trust laws by limiting what athletes can receive for competing. O’Bannon says it is unfair that the NCAA can sell television rights and [...]