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Veteran Files Suit, Says ‘Hurt Locker’ Subjected Him To Ridicule

An Iraq war veteran who claims he is the basis for “The Hurt Locker” writes in a court filing that the film has subjected him to ridicule and doubts about his bomb disposal prowess.

Charlie Sheen Files $100 Million Lawsuit Against Warner Bros., Chuck Lorre

Charlie Sheen filed a $100 million lawsuit against Chuck Lorre and Warner Bros. in Los Angeles Superior Court Thursday. He's also suing on behalf of the Two and a Half Men cast and crew, and asking for punitive damages.

Lady Gaga eyes legal action over breast milk ice cream

Lawyers for US pop icon Lady Gaga have threatened legal proceedings against the makers of breast milk ice cream named "Baby Gaga", according to papers seen by AFP on Saturday.

Billionaire Stanley Ho Files New Lawsuit to Regain Casino Shareholding

Billionaire Stanley Ho filed a new lawsuit against some family members to regain control of his stake in Asia's biggest casino company, his lawyer Gordon Oldham said today.

Macau's Ho to restart legal action against family-lawyer

Macau gaming magnate Stanley Ho is set to take fresh legal action against family members, his lawyer said on Tuesday, in the latest U-turn in a dynastic tussle for control over one of Asia's largest fortunes.

"Greedy" Michael Moore Sues Weinstein Brothers For More Money From 9/11 Movie When He Already Pocketed $19.8 Million

At least Michael Moore didn't have the chutzpah to sue Harvey and Bob Weinstein in a New York City court. Because there's no way a jury in the city that suffered through the attack on the World Trade Center would give Moore a penny.

SJM's Ho takes legal action against family-lawyer

A lawyer acting on behalf of Macau gambling magnate Stanley Ho on Thursday said he had filed a court claim against his children to recover his assets, adding a new twist to the ongoing feud over the casino empire.

Top Hong Kong Court Orders Trial for Bank of America Trader’s Bonus Claim

Hong Kong’s top court ordered a trial to decide a former Bank of America Corp. trader’s claim for at least HK$10.9 million ($1.4 million) damages over her 2007 firing, rejecting the bank’s appeal.

Women Sue Over Secret Camera in Tanning Salon

LISA COSTON Court House News 01/08/2011
News of the World phone hacking: now Paul Gascoigne is ready to sue

Paul Gascoigne, the former England footballer, is to become the latest celebrity to sue the News of the World, alleging that he was a victim of the phone-hacking scandal that has rocked Rupert Murdoch's media empire.

Women Sue Over Secret Camera in Tanning Salon

GREENSBURG, Pa. (CN) - Two women claim they were surreptitiously photographed naked at a tanning salon, and their nude photos posted on "numerous pornographic websites." The women sued Sunkissed Tanning and Spa and its owner in Westmoreland County Court.

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