Weekly Sports & Entertainment Law PULSEon April 6, 2011 at 11:04 AM
- Oprah Winfrey dodges $100 million lawsuit when Pennsylvania judge dismisses copyright suit over plagiarizing a book.
- Claiming her daughter stabbed her with scissors, California judge still dismisses actress Katherine Ross’ restraining order request.
- Nabbed at .22 actress Jaime Pressley becomes the latest celebrity arrested for DUI.
- The creator of the Madden video game is suing Electronic Arts for 20 years of royalties.
- Supposedly Hugh Hefner is not going to ask for a prenuptial agreement from 24 year old fiance Crystal Harris. What could go wrong?
- ‘Celebrity Apprentice’ star Richard Hatch has turned himself in to do 9 months in prison for his 2005 tax evasion.
- Madonna, Cher,…Lindsay? Apparently, Lindsay Lohan considers herself a big enough star to go just by her first name, as a name change is in the works.
- Dallas high school baseball players accused of sacrificing chickens to improve play.
- NFl players seek $4billion dollars in TV revenue suit.
- Madden 2012 will introduce realistic concussion feature into gameplay.
- Duke lacrosse accuser arrested for allegedly stabbing boyfriend.
- Prosecutor’s in the federal case against former MLB star Barry Bonds say that a video tape of a conversation between Bonds and his doctor has reappeared and the fight to get it in trial begins.
- Spanish football and American football have something in common-labor disputes over revenue distribution.
- One goalie is suing another over personal rights after one claimed the other belonged on a Muppet Show.
- After weeks of sparring the first day of court is set for this week between the players and the NFL with each side looking to send an early blow.
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