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The Story Behind Robin Thicke’s Hit Song “Blurred Lines” and Why Pharrell Williams Regrets It
Why Evelyn Lozada Is Suing Her ‘Basketball Wives’ Cast Mate
Why Kevin Hart Is Being Sued for $60 Million
Who Is Farrah Moan and Why Is She Accusing Ariana Grande Of ‘Stealing’?
Why Is Spinderella Suing Salt-N-Pepa?
Did Kate Chastain from ‘Below Deck’ Seek Legal Counsel Against Caroline Bedol?
Why is Thomas Ravenel from ‘Southern Charm’ Suing Bravo?
A Round-Up of the Legal Trouble Ed Sheeran’s Songs Have Endured
Everything We Know About Damon Dash’s $5 Million Lawsuit Against Producer Lee Daniels
Here’s What Really Happened With That Infamous McDonald’s ‘Hot Coffee Lawsuit’
7 Things to Know About Stormy Daniels’ New Defamation Lawsuit Against President Trump
Fiat Chrysler Denies Accusations of Falsified Sales Numbers
NFL: What You Need to Know About Tom Brady’s Suspension
Could Your Kickstarter Campaign Get You Into Legal Trouble?
Why Apple’s Employee Relations Could Be Its Biggest Problem
Nissan, DeltaWing, and the Legal Tangle That Is the BladeGlider
Apple’s Latest Legal Trouble Offers More iCar Evidence
Here’s How Obama’s Immigration Plan Began a Fight Over States’ Rights
Is Apple’s iOS 8 a Storage Space Hog?
Facebook Lawsuit Shows How Outdated Our Privacy Laws Are
Suing Obama: How Much Is Boehner Setting Back Taxpayers?
How Innovation Helped Apple Win Its Antitrust Lawsuit
4 Lawsuits Against Apple That Could Get You Paid
5 Times It Might Actually Be Worth Hiring a Lawyer
Is Apple’s iPod Antitrust Trial Already Over?
Boehner’s Lawsuit: For Show or for Love of the Constitution?
What Is John Boehner Missing About the U.S. Economy?
Boehner Blames Obama…But What Is He Doing?
Microsoft Gets Legal in Patent Pact Spat With Samsung
5 Ways Americans Want to Fix a Broken Congress
Apple Sued Over Speech Recognition Software Yet Again
Boehner’s Obama Suit: Political Stunt? Or Precursor to Impeachment?
Citigroup Earnings: Is the Stock as Cheap as It Seems?
Amazon to FTC: Sue Us, We’re Not Changing
Minor Leaguers Sue MLB Over Wages That Would Make McDonald’s Blush
MGM Won’t Back Off ‘James Bond’ Knockoff’ Suit
Did the NFL Really Write a Blank Check for Concussion Damages?
Could Marvel Lose the Rights to Key Superhero Properties?
Apple and Samsung Look for ‘Common Ground’ to End Patent War
The Lawsuit That Could Finish Off the NCAA Finally Made It to Court
Verizon Tells Netflix to ‘Cease and Desist’ Blaming It for Slow Streaming
MGM Wants to Copyright Diabolical Villains and Well-Dressed Spies
Did Apple’s Rumored Interest in Beats Inspire This Lawsuit?
In Last-Ditch Effort to Salvage Blockbuster Drug, Teva Sues the FDA
Head Juror Tells Apple to Go After Google, Leave Samsung Alone
GM Recall: Lawyers Are Talking, But a Settlement Remains Unclear
Google Faces Class-Action Suit Over Secret Android Agreements
Oklahoma’s Lethal Injection Mess Complicates Capital Punishment Debate
Tarantino Is Not Ditching ‘The Hateful Eight’
Pandora Doesn’t Want to Pay for Music Made Before 1972
Samsung Calls In Experts to Prove It Didn’t Violate Apple Patents
Solar Down Despite Positive Estimates
The Daily Show’s Jon Stewart Eviscerates NCAA on Student Pay, Unions
Apple Tries to Revive Motorola Lawsuit
Enormous Class-Action Suit Filed Against Apple, Google, and More
Former Exec Sues Amazon and Netflix for $1M
FTC Takes Drugmakers to Court, Says Generic Delays Are Hurting Consumers