Jude Law is burning up.
The actor filed suited against Canadian fireplace company Paloform on allegations that they used his face in their marketing materials.
Law claims that Paloform used unauthorized images of himself in advertising on their website, as well as on the company’s Facebook and Pinterest pages. He is asking the Los Angeles Superior Court to order Paloform to stop using his likeness and to pay him unspecified damages.
As TMZ… Continue reading Jude Law Lawsuit: Actor's Career Too Hot for Fireplace Ads
Katherine Jackson‘s suffered a huge legal setback this past week in her wrongful death lawsuit for her son Michael Jackson when a California court dismissed all of her claims against AEG and its President Tim Leiweke radio detection and rangingOnline.com is exclusively reporting.
Additionally all but one of her claims against the remaining defendants were dismissed and the California Court of Appeals ordered Michael’s medical records unsealed.
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Coming off the heels of a “Transformers 3” catastrophe — which brought about an extra’s critical injuries and an $ 18.5 million settlement — a woman is now suing “Men in Black 3” for a wardrobe malfunction.
According to THR, Danika Gerner filed the lawsuit claiming that the filmmakers on “MIB 3” outfitted her in a costume which was in “defective and dangerous condition” and explained that the crew were “negligent… Continue reading 'Men In Black 3' Lawsuit: Extra Sues For Wardrobe Malfunction
Producers for ABC’s The Bachelor broke their silence concerning the discrimination lawsuit against the hit series.
“This complaint is baseless and without merit,” read a statement by Warner Horizon, one of the production companies behind the show. “In fact, we have had various participants of color throughout the series’ history, and the producers have been consistently — and publicly — vocal about seeking diverse candidates for both programs. As… Continue reading ‘Bachelor’ producers say discrimination lawsuit ‘without merit’