Superman to stay with Warner Brothers and DC Comics, Fox and Dish settle their tiff over Autohop and five other big copyright stories for the week.
9th Circuit upholds Warner/DC Superman rights, MPAA strikes deal to remove pirate domains and IIPA and others petition USTR on piracy.
Supreme Court declines to hear Superman case, Teller of Penn & Teller wins damages for stolen illusion and Russia looks to pass tough copyright laws.
Aereo pauses following Supreme Court ruling, FilmOn, Dish Network and Fox all argue about what it means and much, much more!
Jack Kirby estate appeals to the Supreme Court, Argentina moves to block The Pirate Bay and Google Glass banned from UK theaters.
It's a lawsuit-crazy week as Tarantino sues Gawker, Playboy sues Harper's Bazaar, book publishers sue Hotfile, a movie studio sues Fileserve and more!
Raging Bull case gets heard in the Supreme Court, Superman copyright termination case may have had its last appeal and Elf-Man has four cases dismissed.
Warner Brothers wins likely final round in Superman case, gospel group sues rappers over sampling and Spain arrests first album leaker.
Litigation rarely has a neat ending, even if the media likes to pretend it does. Here are three supposedly-dead lawsuits that live on...
IsoHunt loses its appeal and must maintain filters, Emma Thompson wins a lawsuit over her screenplay 'Effie" and judge reaffirms Warner owns Superman.