Georgia Couple Sues Venice-Based Snapchat Over Car CrashA lawsuit against Snapchat could test the limits of social media.
Starbucks Shortchanges Customers With ‘Underfilled Lattes,’ Suit ClaimsSiera Strumlauf of San Francisco and Benjamin Robles of Carlsbad filed the proposed class-action in California federal court Wednesday.
Casey Kasem’s Oldest Children Name Half-Sister As Part Of Wrongful Death LawsuitCasey Kasem’s oldest children have added his youngest child — their half-sister — to a wrongful death lawsuit they filed last year against his widow, Jean.
Angry Customers Accuse SoCal Gas Company Of Raising Bills In LAState regulators will investigate the rate increases.
Band Survivor Sues Mike Huckabee For Using ‘Eye Of The Tiger’The suit requests unspecified damages and that a judge order Huckabee's campaign to stop using the song.
Lawsuit Alleges Wineries Failed To Warn Consumers Of Arsenic-Tainted Wine
Daryl Hall Is Suing Over The Rose Parade
Cheap Trick Countersues Bun E. Carlos, Claim They Owe Him Nothing
Peter Wolf On J. Geils: 'He Broke The Brotherhood'J. Geils' recent lawsuit claims he owns the rights to the name "J. Geils Band" and the band is violating his copyright by touring without him. Singer Peter Wolf says the legal issues are just one way a band like theirs faces trouble over time. It's hard to avoid when the same group of guys play together for almost five decades.
James Taylor vs. Warner Bros. Records Over Digital RoyaltiesJames Taylor is the latest artist to sue his former label over digital royalties (among other things), on a contract that was in place long before the MP3 was even conceived.
Elton John Sues London Newspaper For LibelWhen he hasn't been calling Madonna any four-letter-word he can think of, Sir Elton John has been busy filing libel suits against a London newspaper recently.
J. Geils Sues The J. Geils Band"Mr. Geils has this trademark and never transferred it to anybody," Geils' attorney Chuck Grimes told the Boston Globe. "These guys performed in Mr. Geils’s band, but that doesn’t give them the right to grab the name."