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The Hollyweird Legal Round-Up: What Does ‘Raging Bull’ Have To Do With Led Zeppelin’s Thievery?

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Our faithful legal correspondent explains how 'Raging Bull' had a butterfly effect on Led Zeppelin's infringement defense.

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Ranking History’s Most Competent Fictional Lawyers (A FilmDrunk Law Review)

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From Lionel Hutz to Saul Goodman, our legal correspondent ranks the most proficient fictional lawyers.


The Hollyweird Legal Round-Up: The Curious Legal History Of Donald Sterling

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Our real-life lawyer and FilmDrunk legal correspondent explains privacy laws and the curious legal history of Donald Sterling.


The Hollyweird Legal Roundup: Bryan Singer, Statutes Of Limitation, And You

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Our legal correspondent and real-life entertainment lawyer breaks down the civil case against Bryan Singer.


Just Keep Litigatin': The Lawyering Roles Of Matthew McConaughey, Part 2

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Our legal correspondent is back with part two of Matthew McConaughey's best roles in which he plays a lawyer.


All Rise All Rise All Rise: The Lawyering Roles Of Matthew McConaughey

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America's most beloved actor somehow constantly finds himself playing America's most hated profession. Here, we examine his work.


The Hollyweird Legal Round Up: A Golf Tee In The Butt Stunt Gone Wrong

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Our legal correspondent breaks down the case against the DJ who hit that model in the butt with a golf club.


The Lawscars: Your Legal Guide To Oscar-Winning Portrayals Of Lawyers

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Our legal correspondent, real-life entertainment lawyer Buttockus Finch, has your guide to everyone who's ever won an Oscar for playing a lawyer.


Guy Depicted In ‘Wolf Of Wall Street’ Objects To His Portrayal As Whoremonger: The Hollyweird Legal Round Up

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This week, a character depicted in Wolf of Wall Street objects to his depiction as a be-toupee'd whore-lover, and being named "Rugrat" instead of "Wigwam."


The FilmDrunk Law Review: 11 Reasons to Indict My Cousin Vinny

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Our legal correspondent and real-life entertainment lawyer looks at the 1992 film 'My Cousin Vinny' to see if it passes the bar or just gets drunk trying.


Legal Breakdown: The Makers Of ‘Twiharder’ Sued The Makers Of Twilight And Vice Versa

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The makers of 'Twiharder' sued the makers of the Twilight franchise and vice versa, and in the process taught us some incredible facts about Twilight. Our legal correspondent has your break down.

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Quentin Tarantino Vs. Gawker, The Legal Breakdown (By An Actual Lawyer)

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FilmDrunk's real-life entertainment lawyer breaks down Quentin Tarantino's recently lawsuit against Gawker over the Hateful Eight script leak.


The FilmDrunk Law Review: 10 Ways ‘Body Heat’ Gets Its Clients Off

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Our legal correspondent Buttockus Finch breaks down the 1981 lawyer drama 'Body Heat' from a lawyer's perspective.


Legal Roundup: And Juggastice For All

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This week, the ACLU sued the Department of Justice on behalf of Juggalos everywhere. Our legal correspondent translates the legalese to you the layman.

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The Hollyweird Legal Round-Up: Shia LaBeouf (Allegedly) Went Method for Securities Fraud

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This week, our faithful legal correspondent tells us about the time Shia Labeouf allegedly method acted his way to securities fraud.


The Hollyweird Legal Round-Up: Zhang Ziyi is *Not* a Highly-Paid Prostitute

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This week, our legal correspondent takes on Zhang Ziyi's alleged prostitution, and the time Tippi Hedren made a million dollars for getting hit with a gallon of water.

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FilmDrunk Law Review: 34 Points On Miracle on 34th Street

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In a special Christmas edition of the FilmDrunk Law Review, our legal correspondent breaks down Miracle on 34th Street, a film about a court battle against Santa Claus.


FilmDrunk Law Review: 10 Fascinating Reasons to Convict A Few Good Men

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Our legal correspondent has taken his withering eye for contracts and malfeasance and applied it to the 1992 Aaron Sorkin anti-hazing classic, A Few Good Men.

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The Hollyweird Legal Round-Up: Ellen Pages Leaked “Nudes”

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Did you know Ellen Page's leaked, digitized nude pictures are floating around the internet? Buttockus Finch, Esq. takes us to school. Nude school.


The Hollyweird Legal Round-Up: Defamation, Dr. Dre, and You

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The Hollyweird Legal Round-Up is our weekly guide to entertainment industry lawsuits and lawyerly mud-slinging, written by our legal correspondent, real-life Hollywood lawyer "Buttockus Finch.

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