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The New York Times asked a Florida federal court Wednesday to unseal documents filed by both sides of a Russian tech executive’s defamation lawsuit against BuzzFeed over its publishing of a dossier alleging ties between Russia and President Donald Trump.
Neal Moritz, producer of the “Fast and Furious” movies, sued Universal Pictures in Los Angeles Superior Court on Wednesday, alleging the motion picture studio tried to reduce his compensation for a spinoff of the popular street-racing films and then kicked him off the job after he pushed back.
Connecticut and a Native American tribe urged a D.C. federal court Wednesday to let them file an amended complaint in their recently dismissed suit seeking to force the U.S. Department of the Interior to act on proposed changes to procedures allowing the tribe to offer gambling in the state.
The Chapter 11 buyer of the assets of movie and television studio The Weinstein Co. Holdings LLC filed a bankruptcy suit Wednesday in Delaware asking the court to make a ruling on the status of a contract with a former production partner of the debtor.
Major broadcasters including Fox, NBC and Telemundo are joining a private-sector push for internet protocol TV, telling an industry group Wednesday they will collaborate with the Federal Communications Commission on developing a new standard for broadcast television.