PHILADELPHIA - Max Warren claims Cameron Thomaz pka Wiz Khalifa, Rostrum Records, Atlantic Recording Corp. et al. violated copyright on his tune "Pink N Yellow" with the ditty "Black and Yellow."
CHEYENNE, Wyo. - An anti-abortion group claims the Wyoming Building Commission illegally refused to let it erect displays in the state Capitol's Herschler Gallery.
Day Care Abuse
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - A mother claims Robert Eugene Frost, owner of Christian's Daycare and Learning Academy, sexually abused her "very young" daughter at the business.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - A father claims his 23-year-old son died of exposure to anhydrous ammonia while working for Fluor at a Southern Co. / Alabama Power Co. plant in Quinton, Ala.
British Medical Journal
AUSTIN, Texas - Dr. Andrew J. Wakefield claims The British Medical Journal defamed him in an article, "Secrets of the MMR Scare," and editorials.
Bumbo Baby Sitter
VICTORIA, Texas - Parents claim their child suffered a fracture skull falling out of Bumbo International's Bumbo Baby Sitter, which has been recalled as unsafe.
LINCOLN, Neb. - An immigration detainee claims the Cass County Sheriff's Office refused to provide her with medical attention after she was sexually assaulted and beaten in jail, telling her, "Immigration doesn't pay for that."
MANHATTAN - Paleontologist Brian Cooley claims Penguin Group, Getty Images, Corbis and others violated copyright on his "world renowned ... sculptures of dinosaur eggs."
SAN JOSE - Quanta Computer claims Advanced Micro Devices interfered with and breached contracts by providing faulty RS600ME chips, and fraudulently inducing Quanta to buy them.
SAN DIEGO - EchoStar Technologies claims Vicxon Corp. and its president Soo Jong Yeo, of Korea, make and sell "receivers, dongles and piracy software" that circumvent the Dish Network security system.