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In December, Lina Khan’s FTC seemed to put the kibosh on the Microsoft-Activision deal, but Wall Street is now growing optimistic that it might close.
HOLLYWOOD April 10, 2023
An insider reading of the hottest M&A topics: Hulu, Activision, Illumina, and more.
Bachelorette contestant Blake Horstmann apparently pushed the limits of his contract by appearing on several “tell all” podcasts.
HOLLYWOOD March 27, 2023
Hollywood’s most litigious reality TV producer takes Blake Horstmann for $175k. Plus updates on the Girardi-‘Housewives’ mystery.
A recent ruling that the jury must be kept anonymous in E. Jean Carroll’s case against Donald Trump might lead to a host of problems if Trump is indicted.
HOLLYWOOD March 27, 2023
News and notes on the most consequential, underlooked legal industry stories of the moment, and the attorneys behind them.
Tiger Woods and ex girlfriend Erica Herman at the 2022 US Open in New York City.
HOLLYWOOD March 20, 2023
A new suit over ex Erica Herman and a Hobe Sound mansion could open the floodgates for litigious exes waiting to take a swing at their former celebrity flames.


The wallet buster for Fox and the Murdochs in Dominion v. Fox News will whittle down to two calculations: putative damages, and alleged “diminution of enterprise value.”
HOLLYWOOD March 13, 2023
Right now, either Dominion or Fox is misjudging the financial situation. So which side is it?
WBD C.E.O. David Zaslav and chairman of Liberty Media John Malone.
HOLLYWOOD March 6, 2023
Bricklayers, government workers, the Newhouses, ‘Batgirl,’ and Chris Wallace’s CNN+ deal are all factoring into two suits contesting the formation of Warner Bros. Discovery—and, more bizarrely, contesting each other!
HOLLYWOOD February 27, 2023
Will the former president have to testify in rapper Pras Michel’s trial?
The late Viacom chairman and C.E.O. Sumner Redstone in 2008.
HOLLYWOOD February 27, 2023
It’s springtime for defamation. From Hollywood A-listers to NFL legends, QAnon conspiracists to YouTubers and even chess grandmasters, everyone is seemingly in court these days over what someone else said.


Delaware Supreme Court judge Eric Davis will have to determine whether Fox News host Maria Bartiromo’s comments about Dominion voting machines were a false assertion of fact or some sort of color commentary.
HOLLYWOOD February 20, 2023
Yes, Tucker and Hannity’s texts look bad for Fox. But the nuances of the Dominion case are more complicated than the sensational headlines.
Alex Spiro, a superstar Quinn Emanuel partner, is representing Tesla.
HOLLYWOOD February 20, 2023
Tesla’s racial harassment imbroglio will call into question the carmaker’s culture and public animosity against its C.E.O. It will also highlight the bravery and temerity of a former elevator operator.
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