Vintage Sports Cards is selling repackaged Yu-Gi-Oh! trading cards with counterfeit "rare cards," Konami Corp. says in a trademark and copyright complaint in Los Angeles Federal Court. The cards are based on manga, or comic books, which are wildly popular in Japan.
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Attorney Roy Den Hollander claims radio talk show hose James Joseph Norton defamed him in an interview on the "Opie and Anthony" show. He demands $500,000 in New York County Court.
Consumer Class Action
Roadtrips cheated customers nationwide by selling "guaranteed" tickets to the Beijing Olympics opening ceremonies and failing to produce them, a class action claims in Houston Federal Court.
Patent & Trademark
MetroPCS, Centennial Communications, Leap Wireless, Cricket Communications and others violate patents on wireless emergency (E911) devices, EMSAT Advanced Geo-Location Technology claims in Marshall, Texas, Federal Court.
Safeco insurance cheats policyholders by depreciating nondepreciable items, according to a class action in Tucson Federal Court.
Brothers David and Wayne Smith ran a Ponzi scheme through Hallmark Bank & Trust, Olint TCI Corp., and Overseas Locket International Corp., 20 plaintiffs claim in Kings County Court, Brooklyn.
Shareholder Class Action
Directors of Perini Corp. dumped millions of dollars of shares at prices inflated by the company's dishonest financial statements, shareholders say in Middlesex County Court, Woburn, Mass.
Employees filed a class action against TSKsystems, in San Diego Federal Court.
Comfort Co. and affiliates filed for bankruptcy in Delaware, listing more than $100 million in debts.