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Fox Searchlight attorneys are apparently not writing checks out to its former interns without a prolonged battle. The media giant filed documents Tuesday, demonstrating a desire to appeal to the Second Circuit Court for answers on what the "Black Swan" production company considers outstanding questions in its case. Last month, Judge William H. Pauley III ruled that Fox Searclight intern Eric Glatt and fellow "Black Swan" intern Alexander Footman were entitled to payment for their work on the film under the Fair Labor Standards Act and New York labor law. Also read: Fox »

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