Per The Hollywood Reporter (http://www.hollywood...irthday-1024379):
Olivia de Havilland requested in a Tuesday filing in Los Angeles Superior Court that her case against FX and the producers of the Emmy-nominated miniseries Feud should be expedited. De Havilland is suing the network and the show's producers, claiming her reputation as a person who has avoided gossip has been damaged by the way in which she was portrayed on the series, and also arguing that producers exploited her position as the only living person portrayed as a main character to lend authority to the drama.
De Havilland's attorneys are pushing for a November 2017 trial date -- unusually early, because the defendants in the case have yet to file an appearance. But under California civil law, plaintiffs over the age of 70 are allowed to speed up litigation. Ms. De Havilland's attorney says in a statement that her client wants to have resolved the matter "well in advance of her 102nd birthday" on July 1, 2018.