The former dictator of Panama sought damages and lost profits for a character he said was based on his likeness in Call of Duty: Black Ops II. A Los Angeles judge dismissed the case on Monday.
CBC fired Jian Ghomeshi Sunday after receiving information it says “precludes” it from continuing to employ him. Ghomeshi took to Facebook to defend his sex life and said he would sue CBC for $50 million.
Frank Sivero has sued Fox for $250 million in a lawsuit that claims the Simpsons’ character Louie is based on Frankie Carbone, who he played in Goodfellas.
His panties were certainly in a twist.
The social media platform filed a federal lawsuit Tuesday against the U.S. Department of Justice and the FBI.
Eric Garner, 43, died after being put into a chokehold and thrown to the ground in July by New York City police officers. Thousands protested his death.
A former headmaster of Epiphany School of Global Studies said in a lawsuit that Sparks has “vulgar and discriminatory views” about people who are black, LGBT or not Christian.
The retailer says Morgan is at fault for his injuries because he wasn’t wearing a seat belt when the limo he was riding in was struck by a Wal-Mart tractor-trailer. “I can’t believe Walmart is blaming me for an accident that they caused,” Morgan said in a statement.
Fake high schools with worthless degrees.
The network’s legal team says the reporter named in the lawsuit doesn’t technically work for CNN.
Court officials respond to lawsuits and allegations that Michael Brown had a juvenile record.
And it’s turning into a battle over links. Got it?
“Defendants took up arms and, in militaristic displays of force and weaponry, engaged U.S. Citizens as if they were war combatants,” the suit claims.
Bob Filner is facing another lawsuit, this time from a former executive assistant with allegations including sexual harassment, gender discrimination, and sexual battery.
The lawsuit claims the agents’ actions in killing 16-year-old Jose Antonio Elena Rodriguez were “unreasonable” and “excessive,” and it asks for a trial by jury.
The anonymous British plaintiff, known as John Doe 117, had alleged that Singer and Broadway producer Gary Goddard abused him in London in 2006. He dismissed the case against Singer, but the suit against Goddard remains active.
The woman sued R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., the second largest tobacco company in the U.S., for the death of her husband.
At issue are the drink-maker’s claims that 5-Hour Energy contains a “unique blend of ingredients” that boost energy and prevent crashes.
The California teenager left a note saying he could no longer “handle school” and had “no friends,” according to the $1 million claim that was rejected by the school. The teen’s parents say a video of their son allegedly masturbating in a school bathroom stall went viral.
The lawsuit says Walmart’s negligence contributed to the accident that caused Morgan severe injuries and killed his friend, James McNair. Updated: Morgan is going home to continue his recovery efforts.
After D.C. resident Patti Hammond Shaw was arrested, she claimed male officers searched her and locked her up with men who allegedly abused and threatened her. This is how she fought to make sure this won’t happen to others.
The FBI can continue to classify Juggalos as “criminal gang members.”
Garth Ancier was a defendant in a sexual assault lawsuit filed by Michael Egan, who also targeted X-Men director Bryan Singer. Egan dropped his suit against Ancier this week, and now Ancier is countersuing him for malicious prosecution.
The inmates say the state’s execution procedure is an “experimentation with captive and unwilling human subjects.”
The company that owns a well-known audio recording of the Bible that the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has used since 1988, alleges its copyright has been infringed.
The complaint alleges that an unnamed executive at early internet firm Digital Entertainment Network repeatedly raped Egan when he was underage. Details in the lawsuit could allow Egan to avoid California’s expired statute of limitations.
The surviving members of the iconic rap group sued Monster for using their songs in a promotional YouTube video. A jury sided with the band Thursday.
Sterling will take the NBA to court over its efforts to wrest control of the L.A. Clippers away from him.
In a deposition in 2003, Michael Egan swore under oath that he had never traveled outside the continental United States during the time he now says he was assaulted by Singer. “I’m not sure how he interpreted the continental United States,” Egan’s lawyer said.
Shareholder rights plans, commonly called “poison pills” because they limit the amount of stock an investor is able to acquire, are increasingly being used by companies against activist investors. But hedge fund manager Dan Loeb is mounting a court challenge to its relevancy in his battle against auction house Sotheby’s.