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SOFA Entertainment claims Dodger Productions violates copyright by showing a clip of The Four Seasons' appearance on a 1966 "Ed Sullivan Show," in the "Jersey Boys" musical, in Los Angeles Federal Court.

Twentieth Century Fox owes 17 screenwriters for their work on three episodes of "Family Guy," the writers claim in Los Angeles Superior Court, Santa Monica.

Philip Buchbinder and Jaime Capone claim Paramount Pictures' film, "Tropic Thunder" violates copyright on their screenplay, "S.N.A.F.U.," in Los Angeles Federal Court.

Drew Hariot claims in Chicago Federal Court that The Secret LLC and Prime Time US registered the copyright on a self-help movie called "The Secret," but omitted her, though she is its primary author.

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