Although the coronavirus pandemic has brought production to a virtual standstill, writers, unlike directors and performers, are still able to work on development. While they shelter in place quietly plying
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In a move that could upend the US theatrical exhibition landscape, the Antitrust Division of the Department of Justice has announced that it will seek court approval to terminate the
Continue Reading DOJ Announces Move to Terminate Paramount Consent Decrees, Let Studios Back Into Exhibition

The United States Supreme Court decided this week that purchasers of apps through the Apple App Store have standing under federal antitrust law to bring a class-action lawsuit against the
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A change in the rules for Oscar eligibility proposed by the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences (AMPAS) may violate antitrust laws, according to the Department of Justice.

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Continue Reading TV or Not TV: Does Academy’s Push to Block Streaming Services From the Oscars Violate Antitrust Law?