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Sea World Theme Park Faces another Lawsuit

Sea World, California has been hit with another class action lawsuit. The aquatic theme park company has been accused of misleading the public into believing that its captive, performing killer whales are happy and healthy. This is the third lawsuit in three weeks involving Sea

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Ex-kicker Lawrence Tynes sues Bucs over MRSA infection

Pro Footballer Lawrence Tynes Kicks For — And Then Sues  — Tampa Bay

At one time, Lawrence Tynes was invincible in professional football. A terrific kicker with star power, Tynes had a knack for coming through in the clutch. Many fans remember the 2007 and 2011 season when he kicked over time game-winning field goals for the Ne

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Pharrell Williams Speaks Out Against Copyright Litigation Verdict

In a decision by a federal court in Los Angeles, singers Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke have been ordered to pay damages of $7.3 million to the Marvin Gaye estate. The jury has ruled that Williams’ single "Blurred Lines" infringed the cop

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Alamar Ranch v. Boise District Court Rules that an Employee Waived the Attorney-client

Alamar Ranch v. Boise: District Court Rules that an Employee Waived the Attorney-client Privilege for Emails She Sent to Her Counsel from Her Work Computer

On December 17, we reported on the Convertino case in which a judge found that the attorney-client privilege was not waived for emails exchanged on an employer's netw

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Microsoft and Samsung Resolve Dispute over Android Devices

Microsoft and Samsung have finally ended their dispute after six months. Microsoft had sued Samsung for violating terms of a patent licensing agreement. It claimed that Samsung had failed to make timely royalty payments related to their patent licensing deal and had withheld interest payments stemming from the

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The Legally Controversial History of American Idol

In a latest legal controversy, Phillip Phillips, the American Idol star of Season 11 has sued the show to void his 19 Entertainment contract. Phillips is the latest in a long line of plaintiffs that have tried to take the show to court but to date, American Idol has remained undefeated. Among the claims made by former finalists and disgruntled auditioners include raci

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McDonalds Being Sued by Employees

Ten former employees of a Virginia-based franchise have sued McDonalds on the grounds that the company has violated their civil rights. The lawsuit has been filed in federal court. According to the plaintiffs, McDonald's has violated Title VII o the 1964 Civil Rights Act and has subjected the employees to rampant racial and sexual harassment. This alleged abuse has taken place at three McDonald's restaurants in Virginia. All three are owned by Soweva Corporation. The employees have complai

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IPhone Apps That Lawyers Might Like

In the past year, I've been an active IPhone user and download at least one new app every few weeks. In doing so, I've come across some applications that lawyers might like. Although many large law firms won't give up their Blackberrys, the IPhone is ideal for smaller firms that don't have the same issues faced by IT (Information Technology) departments at bigger firms. Of course, if you work at a law firm that mandates Blackberries, you might still use an IPhone for work that doesn't involve

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UMG Recordings v. Augusto First Sale Doctrine Protects Reseller of Promo CDs

UMG Recordings v. Augusto: First Sale Doctrine Protects Reseller of Promo CDs

Living on the west side of Los Angeles puts me smack in the middle of the entertainment industry. I have often seen promotional copies of DVDs of TV shows and feature films or music CDs being exchanged at parties, and even seen stacks of these being left out by the side of the street for trash pickup. Studios and labels don't want this

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The Domain Name as Collateral Considerations for Creditors Seeking to Use a Domain Name as a Security Interest or as a Source of Payment on a Judgment

Convertino v. DOJ: Federal Court Upholds Attorney-Client Privilege for Employee’s Private Communications to which Employer Had Access

Internet defamation law update: Courts around the U.S. regularly grant requests by plaintiffs to force publishers to disclose the identity of anonymous bloggers -- albeit, often not until the plaintiff has jumped over some rather stringent procedural hurdles. However, in a recent case, a federal judge in Missouri denied such a request, on the grounds that the plaintiff's need for the blogger's test

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