on September 8, 2010 at 9:19 AM
Posted In: Weekly PULSE
- Mocienne Petit-Jackson was denied her request for a paternity test to prove that Michael Jackson is her father.
- The author of the Exorcist movie is suing Warner Bros for not paying him the royalties he feels he deserves.
- No more adult section on Craig’s List thanks in part to the Craig’s List Killer.
- John Travolta has dropped his extortion case regarding his deceased son Jett in the Bahamas.
- Spencer Pratt is being sued by Karissa Shannon for return of the sex tape he stole from the house she shared with Heidi Montag, Spencer Pratt’s wife.
- Real Housewives of NJ accused of fraud in filing bankruptcy.
- After a lawsuit about sexual harrassment was dropped, Steven Seagal’s show “Lawman” is back in prdocution.
- The Tiger Woods scandal is affecting Morals Clauses in contracts.
- The funk group responsible for the song “War” is suing Pepsi for using their song without permission.
- Ethical issues with Facebook and Twitter for lawyers.
- Comic book is featuring Batman and other comics in a new exhibit with superheros in the courtroom.
- An attorney is offering free legal advice to the Burning Man festival attendees.
- Kate Hudson settled her lawsuit against a hair products company that claimed she stole their formula involving volcanic ash.
- Eminem won his lawsuit seeking royalties for the use of his songs as ringtones.
- A witness in the on-going Anna Nicole Smith case has recanted their testimony.
- Taylor Lautner won $400,000 lawsuit for faulty trailor. Lautner is donating proceeds to charity.