Delta Sigma Theta Trademark Infringement Lawsuit Goes On…

Judge Beryl A. Howell bought LaMith Designs, Inc., a clothing company accused of trademark infringement by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority a little more time to defend itself. Plaintiff Delta is a well-recognized sorority founded on January 13, 1913 at Howard University in Washington D.C. currently boast...
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Did Rachel Uchitel Blow All her Hush Money Already or is Tiger Woods in for Another Upset?

Rachel Uchitel, the main star in Tiger Woods’ sex scandal had been given millions in hush money to stay quiet about their affair together. In fact, she was given 10 million, which begs the question: What else does she have to tell and how bad is it for Tiger to shell out a sum like […]...
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Entertainment & Sports Update: Mistrial in Roger Clemens Perjury Case

A mistrial was declared today in the Roger Clemens perjury trial over evidence revealed to the jury that would potentially prejudice the jury against the former all-star.    U.S. District Judge Reggie Walton seemed skeptical that jurors would be able to disregard evidence that prosecutors twice i...
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Lawsuits Stemming From Supposedly Bon-binding “Say-on-Pay” Votes

Under the Dodd-Frank Act, the mandatory “say-on-pay” rules, in which shareholders get to vote on executive compensation levels, are non-binding.  According to the new regulations, which were signed into law in July of 2010, directors and executives are not required to abide by these “say-on-p...
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Singer Bret Michaels’ Lawsuit Over On-stage Head Injury Moved to New York

A federal judge in Los Angeles recently ruled that Bret Michael’s lawsuit involving an accident that occurred at the 2009 Tony Awards should be heard in a New York where the accident took place.  The lawsuit stems from an incident at the Radio City Music Hall that Michaels’ claims nearly killed...
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New York Divorce Lawyers are seeing a New Shade of Green

With a number of our neighboring states having already legalized same-sex marriage, notably Massachusetts, Connecticut, New Hampshire and Vermont, the recent decision adding the state of New York to that list is expected to spur a ripple effect throughout the nation. But this is not the only expecte...
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Entertainment & Sports Update: Roger Clemens Perjury Trial: A Good Old Game of He Said She Said

Jury selection for the perjury trial of Roger Clemens, the former all-star MLB pitcher begins today. The baseball hero is fighting a six-count federal indictment for allegedly lying under oath to members of Congress during a deposition in 2008. Clemens claimed that he never once used any illegal per...
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Nobel Prize winner claims professional negligence by his lawyer forced him to lose some of his award money in divorce

Jury selection began today in Federal Court in Washington, D.C. for a case involving Nobel Prize award money.  Prior to winning the Nobel Prize in Economics in 2001, Joseph Stiglitz hired a divorce attorney.  Stiglitz is now suing his former attorney for $1 million for professional negligence, whi...
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