Charlie Chaplin, left, and Jackie Coogan appear in a scene from Chaplin's 1921 silent film, "The Kid." An ongoing lawsuit accuses Charlotte-based Bank of America of violating a California law named after Coogan and designed to protect the earnings of child actors.
Charlie Chaplin, left, and Jackie Coogan appear in a scene from Chaplin's 1921 silent film, "The Kid." An ongoing lawsuit accuses Charlotte-based Bank of America of violating a California law named after Coogan and designed to protect the earnings of child actors. HO Associated Press
Charlie Chaplin, left, and Jackie Coogan appear in a scene from Chaplin's 1921 silent film, "The Kid." An ongoing lawsuit accuses Charlotte-based Bank of America of violating a California law named after Coogan and designed to protect the earnings of child actors. HO Associated Press
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Bank of America broke law protecting accounts of child actors, court finds

May 01, 2015 11:33 AM

UPDATED May 13, 2015 01:45 PM

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