A writer addressing dealmaking in the entertainment industry duly notes in a recent Forbes article the sheer complexity that transactions often entail.
The above-referenced “fine line” in today’s blog post headline comes courtesy of an in-depth online overview of defamation law. That article additionally refers to the “delicate balance” that is often apparent in cases pitting one person’s speech rights and another’s alleged injury owing to the exercise of those rights.
If being liked within her industry means anything to superstar Taylor Swift, she certainly took action recently that will ensure that outcome in a broad-based way.
Famous musical artists often rely upon stellar musicians in the background to get their sound just right and turn it into a product that mesmerizes the masses.
What do Tom Cruise, Cameron Diaz, James Woods, Jim Carrey and Hulk Hogan have in common?
We state a truism concerning the entertainment industry on our website at the Law Offices of Barry K. Rothman in Los Angeles.
The term “entertainment lawyer” might reasonably sound a bit generic and even elusive in meaning when searched for by an individual or company with a legal query or concern linked with some aspect of the entertainment industry.
As a recent media spotlighting of the high-profile spat between Roseanne Barr and the ABC entertainment network notes, the latter "has a right to cancel any show at any time."
If you're at all into popular music heavyweights from the 1970s and 1980s, you know the Commodores. That funk, rock and soul band dominated the charts for several years, and its name still resonates for millions of music lovers.
Filing a claim for defamation (a charge that another person has unjustly injured one's reputation) can be a relatively straightforward matter for most people.