Weinstein assaulted 16-year-old girl, lawsuit claims

A newly expanded civil class action lawsuit against Harvey Weinstein and the people and businesses surrounding him has accused the former mogul of assaulting and harassing a 16-year-old girl.
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Weinstein must face trafficking lawsuit from Briton

Harvey Weinsten will have to face a lawsuit from a British actress who accuses him of breaking sex trafficking laws by inviting her to a French hotel room and assaulting her.
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Judge dismisses Shape of Water copyright lawsuit

A judge has dismissed claims that award-winning film The Shape Of Water stole from the 1969 TV play Let Me Hear You Whisper.
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Johnny Depp settles multimillion-dollar lawsuit

Johnny Depp has settled a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against his former business managers.
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Sheeran faces new $100m lawsuit for ‘copying’ song

Ed Sheeran is being sued for $ 100m (£76.4m) for allegedly copying parts of Marvin Gaye’s 1973 classic Let’s Get It On.
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Supreme Court to Consider Apple Appeal in Lawsuit Over iPhone App Prices

The Supreme Court announced it will hear an Apple appeal challenging the propriety of a lawsuit brought by consumers who allege that the company illegally monopolized the sale of iPhone apps.
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Lance Armstrong Settles Lawsuit with USPS, Seeks Sale of Austin Mansion

After years of legal wrangling, Lance Armstrong finally settled the $ 100 million fraud lawsuit filed against him by the U.S. Postal Service — he will pay $ 5 million to the federal government and another $ 1.65 million to cover legal costs incurred by former teammate and whistleblower Floyd Landis — and the sale of his Austin, […]

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Lohan loses Grand Theft Auto lawsuit appeal

Lindsay Lohan has lost her battle with the makers of hit video game Grand Theft Auto V for creating a character which she claimed shared her likeness.
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James Levine, a Fractured Partnership and a Met Opera Lawsuit

Mr. Levine, who was fired after accusations of sexual misconduct, claims that Peter Gelb, the Met’s general manager, had long wanted to force him out.
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Faced With Calls for a Boycott, H&M Withdraws Lawsuit and Pledges Respect for Artists

H&M DODGES BOYCOTT: Less than 24 hours after a curator-collector-consultant called for an artists-led boycott of H&M, the fast-fashion chain has withdrawn the legal filing that fired up the controversy.
Last week, H&M filed a lawsuit in New York federal court claiming that copyright law did not apply in regards to its recent advertising campaign featuring graffiti done by artist Jason Williams, known as Revok. After seeing H&M’s New Routine imagery, which featured his artwork in the background, Williams had sent a cease and desist letter alleging that his art had been used without his permission or knowledge.
On March 14, Roger Gastman, a curator, collector and brand consultant, rallied fellow artists to boycott H&M. In an Instagram post, the Los Angeles creative described H&M’s legal action as “full-out assault on artists’ rights and we must raise our voices. This could render millions of murals and important pieces of artwork worldwide completely unprotected and available for corporate use, without any payment or permission needed whatsoever,” he posted. “We must not allow this company to use our artwork and appropriate our culture to sell their products for their own financial gains, while at the same time allow them to devalue and delegitimize our

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Broadway’s ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ Hit With Lawsuit by Harper Lee Estate

The upcoming Broadway adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird” — with a buzzy creative team that includes writer Aaron Sorkin and star Jeff Daniels — has been hit with a lawsuit by the estate of Harper Lee, the late writer who penned the 1960 novel. The suit, filed in federal court in Alabama on Tuesday, […]

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Katy Perry lawsuit: Nun involved in property row ‘dies in court’

Sister Catherine Rose Holzman was fighting the singer’s bid to buy her former convent in California.
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YouTube Hiring for Some Positions Excluded White and Asian Men, Lawsuit Says

YouTube last year stopped hiring white and Asian males for technical positions because they didn’t help the company achieve its goals for improving diversity, according to a civil complaint filed by a former employee.
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Lana Del Rey Says She’s Facing a Potential Radiohead Lawsuit Over Song Similarities

Lana Dey Rey has claimed that Radiohead may sue her over similarities between her 2017 song “Get Free” and their hit 1992 song “Creep.”

“It’s true about the lawsuit,” the 32-year-old singer wrote on social media on Sunday, responding to rumors that began circulating after British tabloid the Sun claimed that the band was considering suing Del Rey for copyright infringement.

Addressing the matter on social media, Del Rey went on to claim that her song was not inspired by the band’s hit single.

“Although I know my song wasn’t inspired by Creep, Radiohead feel it was and want 100% of the publishing,” she wrote, adding that she had “offered up to 40 over the last few months but they will only accept 100.”

“Their lawyers have been relentless, so we will deal with it in court,” she continued.

PEOPLE’s request for comment from Radiohead was not immediately returned.

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Rolling Stone reported that Radiohead faced similar legal situation following the release of “Creep” in 1992.

According to the outlet, after the band admitted there were similarities between their song and the Hollies’ “The Hair That I Breathe,” the lawsuit was settled out of the court, with Radiohead giving some of the publishing to “The Hair That I Breathe” songwriters Albert Hammond and Mike Hazlewood.


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Abuse lawsuit against Jackson estate dismissed

A lawsuit brought by a choreographer who claimed Michael Jackson molested him as a child has been dismissed.
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Mum defends teen in gaming lawsuit

A mother has written a letter in defence of her 14-year-old-son who is facing a lawsuit over video game cheats.
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Meet the Antitrust Chief Heading Up AT&T-Time Warner Lawsuit

The Justice Department’s new antitrust chief, Makan Delrahim, needed just seven weeks to land himself in the middle of the biggest antitrust case in 20 years.
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Outcome Health Employee Made Whistleblower Claim, Investor Lawsuit Says

Outcome Health’s CEO was sent a whistleblower letter last year by a salesman accusing the company of committing “ongoing fraud,” allegations the ad startup told investors had no merit, according to documents filed in an investor lawsuit.
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Justice Department Files Lawsuit Challenging AT&T-Time Warner Deal

The Justice Department filed a lawsuit Monday challenging AT&T’s proposed acquisition of Time Warner, alleging the combination of the two companies poses an unlawful threat to competition that could raise prices and slow innovation.
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Facebook Abandons Plans to Change Share Structure, Avoiding Lawsuit

Facebook abandoned a plan to change its stock structure that would have given Mark Zuckerberg more control, the latest in a string of reversals by the social-media giant.
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Steinbeck estate in lawsuit over film remakes

Big screen remakes of John Steinbeck’s books have been thwarted by legal wrangling between the author’s remaining family members.
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Kendall and Kylie: Tupac t-shirt lawsuit ‘baseless’

Kendall and Kylie Jenner’s clothing label has responded to a lawsuit filed over a photo of rapper Tupac featured on a t-shirt, describing the claim as “baseless”.
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James Woods Settles Defamation Lawsuit Two Years After Being Called a “Cocaine Addict”

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Tolkien estate settles £62m lawsuit with Warner

JRR Tolkien’s family have settled a £62m lawsuit with Warner Bros over the rights of Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit.
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Hey, You May Be Owed Money from This Apple-Amazon Lawsuit

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Here’s What You Need To Know About Duchess Kate’s Topless Photo Lawsuit

A court trial regarding a 2012 series of topless photos of the Duchess of Cambridge finally began on Tuesday in France, The Telegraph reports.  

At the time the photos were taken, Prince William and the Duchess (formerly known as Kate Middleton) were on vacation in Provence, France. The images ran in the French publication Closer, and were met immediately with disdain from the palace.

“Their Royal Highnesses have been hugely saddened to learn that a French publication and a photographer have invaded their privacy in such a grotesque and totally unjustifiable manner,” a statement from the palace read. The statement also called the incident a reminder of the 1997 death of Princess Diana, reminding her family of “the worst excesses of the press and paparazzi during the life of Diana, Princess of Wales, and all the more upsetting for the duke and duchess for being so.”

The royal family threatened legal action in 2012. Now six people, including three photographers, are being questioned in France in connection with the images and their distribution. 

According to The Telegraph, a written statement from William was read by the family’s lawyer in French, and it called the photos shocking and unexpected. “We know France and the French and we know that they are, in principle, respectful of private life, including that of their guests,” he said. 

He also reiterated that the situation reminded him of what Diana dealt with in her own life. The pair is seeking 1.5 million euros, or a little over 1.6 million U.S. dollars in the suit. 

At the time the photos were released, Closer’s editor defended its decision to publish the photos, stating that “ these are pictures that are full of joy. The pictures are not degrading.”

We’ll have to wait and see what the court has to say about that. 

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Ed Sheeran Settles $20 Million Plagiarism Lawsuit for ”Photograph”

Ed Sheeran, 2016 Grammy Awards, WinnersUPDATE: According to The Guardian, Ed Sheeran settled the $ 20 million plagiarism lawsuit for “Photograph” outside of court on Monday.
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Ed Sheeran settles copyright lawsuit claim

The singer has struck a deal to end a $ 20m legal claim over his hit song.
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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen to Pay Up to $140,000 to Interns in Class-Action Lawsuit Settlement

Mary-Kate Olsen, Ashley OlsenMary-Kate Olsen and Ashley Olsen have settled a class-action lawsuit interns brought against them and have agreed to pay out up to $ 140,000.
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Federal Trade Commission Files Antitrust Lawsuit Against Qualcomm

The Federal Trade Commission sued Qualcomm, alleging the chip maker engaged in unlawful tactics to maintain its monopoly on a semiconductor device used in cellphones.
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Run-DMC Files $50 Million Lawsuit Against Amazon and Wal-Mart for Trademark Infringement

Attorneys for the Run-D.M.C. brand have filed a $ 50 million lawsuit against Amazon Inc., Wal-Mart Stores Co., Jet.com and a few other outlets for trademark infringement and trademark dilution, among other things.
First reported by TMZ Thursday, the legal filing was made in the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York.
The complaint, which includes numerous images of Run-D.M.C.-inspired products as they appeared on Amazon’s and Wal-Mart’s respective sites, alleges that the retailers are advertising, selling, manufacturing, promoting and distributing multiple Run-D.M.C. styled products. Eyewear, hats, T-shirts, wallets and patches are among the items referenced, some of which are said to use the Run-D.M.C. trademark. The complaint charges that the products being sold “confuse the public and suggest that Run-D.M.C. endorses the products.”
Homegrown in Hollis, Queens by Joseph Simmons, Darryl McDaniels and Jason Mizell, Run-D.M.C. helped define hip hop culture in the Eighties. Mizell, better known as “Jam Master Jay,” was shot and killed in his recording studio in Queens in 2002. Simmons, whose brother is the serial entrepreneur Russell, is widely recognized as “Reverend Run.”
Run-D.M.C. has a registered trademark with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office. The lawsuit claims that the Run-D.M.C. brand has produced revenue in excess

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Perrin Paris Files Lawsuit Against Philipp Plein

IN THE CLUTCH: Leather-goods maker Perrin Paris has filed a lawsuit against luxury sportswear firm Philipp Plein, requesting an injunction and significant damages for infringing its so-called “glove-clutch,” a design-patented model that the French firm describes as a marriage between its glove-making heritage and modern chic. The suit is pending at a court in Hamburg, Germany, Perrin Paris said.
Perrin Paris alleges that the Lugano, Switzerland-based firm known for its bejeweled leather and crystal-studded knits copied its Eiffel model glove-clutch. “It’s the exact duplicate, same size, same design, same concept — the hand receiving portion of our bags that we design-patented. They only added a skull,” said Michel Perrin, whose great-great grandmother founded the company in Saint-Junien with gloves as its core business.
Julie Macklowe carried the Philipp Plein clutch on the red carpet at the Met Gala in May.
“In the beginning, we contacted Philipp Plein out of court asking him to stop selling it. We were given the impression that they would remove it from distribution. But recently, we realized that they were continuing to sell them in their outlet stores, at a discounted price,” Perrin explained.
Before the defense was due in court, he said, the German firm contacted Perrin Paris asking for a settlement offer, which

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Taylor Swift Seeks to Redact Portions of Deposition for Groping Lawsuit as They Could ”Jeopardize” Her Safety

Taylor Swift, Grammy AwardsTaylor Swift is asking the court to further protect her safety.
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Soccer Player Punished For Giving Middle Finger Files Lawsuit Against UConn

Noriana Radwan was an 18-year-old freshman soccer player at the University of Connecticut when her team won the 2014 American Athletic Conference championship game.

An ESPNU television camera focused on Radwan as she cheered and hugged her teammates on the field, and she enthusiastically threw up her left middle finger. She never imagined this one gesture ― for which she says she has since “profusely apologized” ― would destroy her career as a UConnn student-athlete.

A few weeks after the incident, then-head coach Len Tsantiris called Radwan to let her know her scholarship would be terminated mid-year for what he called a “serious misconduct issue.”

Nearly two years after that phone call, Radwan is still fighting back.

She announced at a press conference on Monday that she’s filing a lawsuit against UConn and three people associated with the decision to end her scholarship: Tsantiris, the university’s former athletic director and the director of student financial aid. 

Radwan’s layer, Greg Tarone, said UConn and the involved individuals violated his client’s First Amendment rights and the NCAA Division I bylaws.

Radwan is asking the school for financial retribution, The Associated Press reports

“I loved UConn, but I lost faith in it as an institution when it allowed my scholarship to be illegally taken away so abruptly and crassly in the middle of the school year,” Radwan said. “Nobody should have to go through what I have gone through in the past two years. Only litigation will stop it.”

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Tarone called UConn’s termination of Radwan’s scholarship “atrocious,” and said he believes sexism played a role in the university’s decision.

“We’re here because she’s a female student-athlete who was treated differently than male student-athletes at UConn by the institution,” Tarone said. “One misguided individual, Coach Tsantiris, led the way for a couple of others to complicity violate her civil rights.”

He cited several recent incidents involving male UConn student-athletes who received little to no disciplinary action from the university despite having been accused of more “serious misconduct” than Radwan.

For example, a freshman football player named Brian Cespedes was charged last week with misdemeanor assault and breach of peace for his involvement in an off-campus fight in September. UConn spokesman Kyle Muncy told the New Haven Register that the coaching staff was “made aware of the incident and addressed it,” but that Cespedes had not been kicked off the team.

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Tarone said he also believes Tsantiris was motivated to remove Radwan from his team to free up scholarship money and make room for then-Notre Dame mid-fielder Morgan Andrews. (Andrews ended up choosing to play at the University of Southern California.)

Tarone said a section of the NCAA bylaws does permit a school to cancel a scholarship mid-year for “serious misconduct,” but that this type of misconduct is undefined. 

“A common sense applied to the word ‘serious’ means misconduct that would that would significantly worry or cause injury to somebody,” Tarone said. “Noriana’s [gesture] could not possibly be characterized in the same realm of unacceptable conduct by a student-athlete on any campus in this country ― none.”

Radwan, who is currently playing for Hofstra University after receiving a partial athletic scholarship, said the psychological and emotional agony of being kicked off UConn’s team had been “overwhelming.”

“Please understand that I did not intend to offend anyone,” Radwan said. “I was making a celebratory statement that was seriously misinterpreted and misjudged.”  

UConn spokeswoman Stephanie Reitz told the AP that the school had not seen the lawsuit and wasn’t able to comment on it because of federal privacy laws.

“In an excited moment, as an 18-year-old after winning her first championship, her one little mistake cost her everything,” Tarone said. “Loyalists to the UConn Huskies brand should ask themselves if they want this to happen to their daughter.”

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Facebook’s Plan to Keep Zuckerberg in Control Was Flawed, Lawsuit Says

Shareholders allege director Marc Andreessen privately coached the CEO by text message on how to win over other members of the board.
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Martin Greenfield Files Lawsuit Against Brooks Brothers

There’s a bespoke battle brewing.
Martin Greenfield Clothiers Ltd. has filed a breach-of-contract lawsuit against Brooks Brothers, charging that the retailer broke its manufacturing agreement with the Brooklyn-based tailor for its Golden Fleece made-to-measure collection.
According to a suit filed in the Supreme Court of the State of New York in Kings County on Monday, Brooks Brothers unilaterally terminated its exclusive manufacturing agreement with Martin Greenfield on Nov. 1, 2014, “without adhering to the one-year notice of termination stipulated in the agreement.”
As a result, the lawsuit alleges, Greenfield sustained significant loss of revenue and other costs, “such as inability to notify its union labor force of the changed circumstances and reduce its manufacturing capability, as well as seek other work to meet its expenses.”
The suit is seeking $ 1.9 million in compensatory damages, lost revenue and other damages, according to Mark E. Seitelman, Greenfield’s attorney.
In response to a request for comment, Brooks Brothers said: “We do not comment on legal matters.”
According to Seitelman, after Brooks Brothers purchased the Southwick manufacturing facility in Massachusetts in 2007, it made clear that it eventually intended to bring the manufacturing in-house. However, the plant was not ready and so Brooks Brothers continued to work with Greenfield on

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Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen’s Dualstar Entertainment Fires Back About Unpaid Interns Lawsuit

Mary-Kate’s and Ashley Olsen’s Dualstar Entertainment Group is the latest multimillion-dollar business to come under fire for allegedly using unpaid interns. But executives at the company, which the enterprising sisters built from the ground up, aren’t about to accept the claims of unpaid interns in a new class-action suit filed in Manhattan Supreme Court.
The plaintiff Shahista Lalani reportedly claimed to have punched the clock with 50-hour unpaid work weeks.A Dualstar spokeswoman, Annett Wolf, challenged the allegations altogether. Wolf said Tuesday, “As an initial matter, Dualstar is an organization that is committed to treating all individuals fairly and in accordance with all applicable laws. The allegations in the complaint filed against Dualstar are groundless, and Dualstar will vigorously defend itself against plaintiff’s claims in court, not before the media. Dualstar is confident that once the true facts of this case are revealed, the lawsuit will be dismissed in its entirety.”
Lalani declined to comment Tuesday, deferring a request to her attorney Brett Cohen at Leeds Brown Law. Cohen did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Lalani, a graduate of The New School’s Parsons School of Design, now has her own signature ready-to-wear label. The Row, the twins’ luxury apparel and accessories collection,

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Judge Orders Bill Cosby To Give Sworn Deposition In Lawsuit

 

LOS ANGELES, Aug 5 (Reuters) – U.S. comedian Bill Cosby has been ordered to give a sworn deposition in a lawsuit alleging he sexually abused a 15-year-old girl at the Playboy Mansion in Los Angeles in 1974.

The order, entered by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Tuesday and made public on Wednesday, states that Cosby will submit to questions under oath from the lawyer of his accuser, Judy Huth, on Oct. 9, and that she will answer questions from his attorneys on Oct. 15.

Cosby’s lawyers had sought to compel Huth to give her deposition before the comedian, but the judge sided with Huth in requiring Cosby to go first. (Reporting by Steve Gorman; Editing by Sandra Maler)

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Justin Bieber’s Team Insist Calvin Klein Ads Weren’t Photoshopped, Threaten Lawsuit

Justin Bieber was recently revealed as the new Marky Mark, a.k.a. the new face of Calvin Klein. But now there are claims that the photos of a bulky Biebs in his underwear were Photoshopped.

Website BreatheHeavy.com released the allegedly unretouched photo of Bieber as a GIF, which suggests that his muscles, bulge and hands have been increased in size. An image from a behind-the-scenes video also shows him with less body hair than in the official ads.

Bieber’s team has denied any use of Photoshop on the ads, according to a letter obtained by TMZ claiming that the photo from BreatheHeavy is fake. His team also apparently sent BreatheHeavy a cease-and-desist letter, requesting them to remove the GIF and admit to falsehood. The website has since responded, deleting the image from Instagram, apologizing to Bieber and retracting their claims in the following statement:

Team Bieber sent BreatheHeavy a cease and desist letter because of the alleged un-retouched Calvin Klein photo we posted, asking we remove the picture in question as well as provide a retraction.

Because BreatheHeavy is not about making anyone feel bad or intentionally stirring the pot (and are definitely not here for lawsuits), we shall retract the story per request.

We sincerely apologize to Bieber for the hit to his ego and to the millions of tweens on social media we upset.

Calvin Klein also posted a photo of a shirtless Bieber to their Instagram on Friday night with the caption, “Can’t touch this.”

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Kim Kardashian, Kanye West Slapped With Counter Lawsuit Over Their Proposal Video

Chad Hurley, the man responsible for sharing footage of Kanye West’s proposal to Kim Kardashian, is firing back against a lawsuit the couple filed against him.
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