Weekly Sports & Entertainment Law PULSEon March 23, 2011 at 5:29 AM
- AFLAC Duck is no more; actor Gilbert Gottfried gets fired over Japan jokes.
- Although he would not confirm it, hip hop singer Wyclef Jean claims he was grazed by a bullet.
- The Obama Administration has proposed a number of changes designed to strengthen Intellectual Property law.
- One of Wolfgang Puck’s fancy steakhouses is being sued over allegedly firing a waiter because of his age.
- Tea maker comes to Lindsay Lohan’s defense in allegations of breaking probation by consuming alcohol.
- Privacy issues or not, celebrities cannot afford to log off of Facebook and Twitter.
- DVD pirates appear to be running rampant in China.
- The law firm that produced the Mitchell Report is fighting former pitching star Roger Clemens over evidence that it collected.
- Vet, who has evaluated hundreds of racehorses, is fired by the Thoroughbred Retirement Foundation after discovering neglected horses.
- Bruce Pearl has been fired as head basketball coach at the University of Tennessee in part due to NCAA violations committed in March.
- Chicago businessman Matthew Hulsizer agrees to concession to complete his deal to by the Coyotes.
- Motion to lift lock out comes down to two factors.
- An All-Star line-up of attorneys leads off in Bonds trial.
- Bonds’ defense? He was misled about steroids.
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