Weekly PULSEon February 15, 2012 at 8:46 AM
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- Beyonce and Jay-Z move to trademark their daughter’s name.
- Netflix settles privacy lawsuit for $9 million.
- Netflix’s class action suit concerning the company’s use of private information from its customers–viewing habits, etc.
- Co-anchor of CBS This Morning Gayle King relieved to have contract dispute lawsuit against her dismissed.
- Actress Blake Lively gets a restraining order against a fan.
- Mel Gibson and arresting officer come to settlement agreement in discrimination lawsuit.
- 2011′s Playmate of the year reveals images of domestic violence, she claims it was done at the hands of Hugh Hefner’s son.
- Apparently Lindsay Lohan might have forgotten to do her taxes…again.
- North Dakota retains Fighting Sioux nickname until North Dakota voters can vote on the issue.
- The City of San Diego is being sued by a man for violating his First Amendment right to scream obscenities at football games.
- Spanish Federation to sue French TV for controversial Rafael Nadal advertisement .
- ASU president Michael Crow denounces BCS and proposes an 8 team football playoff.
- Economists suggest that lawsuits may end the NFL.
- New York Mets owner claims to have known about Bernie Madoff’s scheme in 2003.
- A judge ruled Monday that Jerry Sandusky has visitation rights with 8 of his 11 grandchildren.
- To counter losses, the Mountain West Conference and Conference USA are merging to form a new conference which could include 18-24 universities.
- Oakland A’s signing of Cuban defector Yoenis Cespedes is surrounded by contract and immigration issues.
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