Nike Obtains Court Order Preventing Reebok From Selling Tebow-Related Products

Nike successfully obtained a temporary restraining order barring Reebok from selling apparel with Tim Tebow’s name on it, following the Jets’ acquisition of Tebow in March.  Nike is set to replace Reebok, a subsidiary of Adidas AG, as the official supplier of NFL uniforms on April 1. Reebok was...
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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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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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Family Law: Judge rules that Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller are to continue joint custody of twins

California Superior Court Judge Hank Goldberg ruled that the custody agreement between Charlie Sheen and Brooke Mueller will stay in place and denied Sheen’s bid for sole custody of his 2-year-old twin boys.    The hearing was sealed at the request of Mueller’s attorney with the Judge saying ...
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Entertainment & Sports Update: Barry Bonds – Mistrial declared on three counts of perjury

Jurors on Wednesday convicted Barry Bonds on one count of obstruction of justice, but a mistrial was declared on three counts of perjury after jurors reported that they could not reach agreement. The verdict shows jurors believed that Bonds lied when he testified to a grand jury in December 2003 tha...
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Copyright: $100 million lawsuit against Oprah dismissed

A federal judge in Pennsylvania has ruled that Orpah Winfrey did not violate copyright laws when she mentioned a historical fact on her show.  The Court held that the plaintiff, Charles Harris, had no copyrighted information to infringe in his booklet titled “How America Elects Her Preside...
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Entertainment & Sports Update: Barry Bonds jury still in deliberations and expected to continue

The Jury in the Barry Bonds deliberations continued without verdict on Friday, as deliberations are expected to continue into next week.  Bonds is charged with one count of obstructing justice and three counts of making false statements, for refuting that he intentionally took steroids and human g...
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Entertainment & Sports Update: Federal prosecutors respond to Roger Clemens request to throw out criminal indictment

In response to the request made by Roger Clemens a few weeks ago (see our previos blog post)  to throw out a criminal indictment accusing him of obstructing a congressional investigation into the use of performance-enhancing drugs, Federal prosecutors have returned to court to defend their indictm...
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NewsFlash: Michael Moore sues Harvey and Bob Weinstein over alleged cheap tricks

Filmmaker Michael Moore has sued movie moguls Harvey and Bob Weinstein for allegedly using “classic Hollywood accounting tricks and financial deception” to cheat him out of at least $2.7 million in profits from his hit documentary “Fahrenheit 9/11.”  Read More...
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