Hollywood Docket: RIAA piracy case to Supreme Court?; Kirsten Dunst's purse; Albert Einstein is buff!

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Hollywood Docket: RIAA piracy case to Supreme Court?; Kirsten Dunst's purse; Albert Einstein is buff!

Fri May 28, 2010 @ 10:32AM PST
  • 53984877The Supreme Court has been asked to review an alleged music pirate's "innocent infringer" defense. In February, a college student was ordered to pay the RIAA $27,750 for sharing 37 songs. [Wired]
  • Testifying in a burglary case involving Kirsten Dunst's stolen purse at a NY hotel, the actress' assistant told jurors Thursday  the "little bag of marijuana" that was found within the bag belonged to her and not to Dunst. Um, okay. The actress is scheduled to testify next week. [NYDN 
  • Tax incentives are making the difference in luring TV production. A rundown of recent activity. [THR]
  • Jessica Simpson has won an arbitration to keep an exercise video featuring her from being marketed. [Reuters] 
  • The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, which owns the property to Albert Einstein's name and likeness, is suing automaker GMC Terrain over the ad pictured to the right that appeared in People magazine. [Chicago Tribune]

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