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Kanye West, now known as Ye, is yet again facing another lawsuit as DJ Khalil and several other artists have filed a copyright infringement lawsuit over tracks from his 2021 album, "Donda." The lawsuit, initiated by Artist Revenue Advocates in California, claims Ye used compositions from Khalil Abdul-Rahman, Sam Barsh,... Read More »

Federal Judge Dismisses Class Action Against Amazon Over Prime Delivery Fees - Shutterstock via eater.com

U.S. District Judge Tana Lin dismissed a proposed class action lawsuit against Amazon, which accused the e-commerce giant of misleading customers about the benefits of its Prime subscription service, specifically regarding a $9.95 delivery fee for Whole Foods purchases. The ruling, delivered in Seattle federal court on Thursday, found that... Read More »

Priscilla Presley Sues Former Business Associates for $1 Million Claiming Financial Elder Abuse - Gisela Schober/Getty Images via Rolling Stone

Priscilla Presley, the widow of legendary musician Elvis Presley, has initiated a $1 million lawsuit against her former business associates, accusing them of financial elder abuse. The lawsuit, filed in the Los Angeles County Superior Court on July 18, 2024, centers on allegations of fraudulent activities by Brigitte Kruse, owner... Read More »

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The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) has filed a lawsuit against Patrick Orlando, the former CEO of Digital World Acquisition Corp (DWAC), accusing him of securities fraud. This blank-check company was instrumental in merging with Trump Media & Technology Group Corp, the entity behind former President Donald Trump’s social... Read More »

Live Nation Seeks Dismissal of DOJ Antitrust Allegations Over Amphitheater Tying Practices - Bridget Luckey

Live Nation’s attorneys have requested that the judge overseeing the company’s antitrust case dismiss the Department of Justice’s (DOJ) allegations. The DOJ claims that Live Nation engages in illegal tying arrangements to control its amphitheaters, but Live Nation argues it is under no obligation to allow rival promoters to use... Read More »

The CFPB Says Earned Wage Advances Classified as Consumer Loans - Adobe Stock Images by GetFocusArt

As reported by Reuters, the U.S. Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) announced on Thursday that "earned wage" advances on worker paychecks should be considered consumer loans under federal law. This move aims to establish federal guidelines for a rapidly expanding market. In its proposed interpretive guidance, the CFPB stated that... Read More »

Male State Prison Inmate Who Claims to Be a Witch Can’t Use Open Flame in His Rituals - Adobe Stock

William Rouser is a practicing Wiccan, or a male “witch” that, according to modern language, no longer distinguishes between males and females. He has also been an inmate at the Mule Creek State Prison in Ione, California, for 30 years. He asked the prison to provide him with candles, incense,... Read More »

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In a new development among Vanderpump Rules stars, Tom Sandoval has filed a lawsuit against his ex-girlfriend Ariana Madix. Madix and Sandoval began dating in 2013 and were together for nearly a decade, often portraying a strong relationship on the show. However, after Rachel "Raquel" Leviss joined Vanderpump Rules as... Read More »

Snoop Dogg Faces Copyright Lawsuit Over Alleged Unlicensed Use of Studio Tracks - Kevin C. Cox/Getty Images via GQ

Snoop Dogg, the iconic rapper, is embroiled in a copyright lawsuit filed by veteran studio musician Trevor Lawrence Jr., who alleges that Snoop used two of his backing tracks without proper licensing or compensation. Lawrence, a renowned producer and drummer with credits on songs by Bruno Mars, Alicia Keys, Ed... Read More »

Adobe Stock Image - Restitution by Child Pornography Producer and Distributor Remanded for Better Victim Loss Analysis

Steve Jackson Rodriguez, 39, was a certified nursing assistant who worked nights at a Southern California group home for severely disabled children. While there, he committed a series of horrid child exploitation crimes, many of which he filmed. He was sentenced to life in prison for producing child pornography and... Read More »

'Rust’ Armorer Seeks Dismissal of Charges After Judge Throws Out Baldwin's Case - Getty Images via The Wrap

Hannah Gutierrez Reed, the armorer involved in the fatal shooting on the set of the film "Rust," has filed a motion for a new trial or dismissal of her case. This motion comes in the wake of a judge's decision to dismiss the involuntary manslaughter charges against actor Alec Baldwin... Read More »

Senator Bob Menendez Convicted on All 16 Counts in Corruption Trial

On Tuesday, U.S. Senator Bob Menendez was found guilty on all 16 criminal charges against him, including bribery. The verdict was reached in a federal court in Manhattan after a trial that spanned nine weeks and three days of jury deliberation. Despite the verdict, Menendez, who has been a Senator... Read More »

California Enacts Law Barring Schools from Notifying Parents About Students’ Gender Identity Changes - David McNew/Getty Images via abclosangeles.com

California Governor Gavin Newsom signed a controversial law on Friday that prohibits school districts from implementing policies requiring schools to inform parents if their child requests a change in gender identification. The Safety Act, or AB1955, aims to protect LGBTQ+ students from potential harm in unsupportive home environments by preventing... Read More »

Nike Sues Custom Shoe Maker The Shoe Surgeon for Selling Counterfeit Products - The US District Court via Complex

Shoe customizer Dominic Ciambrone, popularly known online and by his customers as The Shoe Surgeon, is facing a $60 million lawsuit from global footwear giant Nike. The lawsuit alleges that Ciambrone is using Nike's trademarks, selling counterfeit products, and has usurped the Nike brand through his work of creating custom... Read More »

Qualified Immunity Protects Police Officer Who Injured Innocent Passenger in Chase - Adobe Stock

Rosa Cuevas was an “uninvolved passenger” in a high-speed police chase that resulted in an injured officer and the death of a police dog. She sued the City of Tulare, California, as well as the officers and the local police chief for the injuries she suffered from three gunshot wounds... Read More »