SAN JOSE - Hewlett Packard stiffed tech support workers and engineers for overtime, a class action claims in Federal Court.
LOS ANGELES - Match.com send illegal, spam emails with bogus subject lines, a class action claims in Superior Court.
KNOXVILLE, Tenn. - Claiborne County jailer Stanley Jason Daniels forced an inmate to give him oral sex while he drove her to a hospital, she claims in Federal Court.
CHICAGO - Lexington Health Care Center of Orland Park fired a nursing shift supervisor for notifying police of an employee's sexual assault of a 93-year-old patient, because it caused "bad publicity," the former supervisor claims in Cook County Court.
MANHATTAN - PIA Car Limo owes $4.5 million for a suite and sponsorship deal for the New Jersey Nets in their new stadium, the Nets claim in New York County Supreme Court.
MANHATTAN - American International Group sued Maiden Lane II, a creation of the NY Fed, seeking judgment on responsibility for $7+ billion of mortgage securities AIG sold to Maiden Lane, in a lawsuit related to a $10 billion AIG v Bank of America lawsuit, in New York County Supreme Court.
ATLANTA - A man claims the Georgia Department of Driver Services unconstitutionally denied his request for license plates saying GAY GUY, 4 GAY LIB or GAYPWR, in Federal Court.
SAN JOSE - San Jose police shot a man to death without cause as he tried to back out of a carport, his family claims in Federal Court.
MANHATTAN - Marc Gershwin et al. demand millions of dollars in royalties from Warner/Chappell Music, for the music of their uncles/ancestors George and Ira Gershwin, in New York County Supreme Court.
MANHATTAN - Hip-hop producer Pharrell Williams sued Diageo North America for $5 million, claiming it failed to market and distribute his "Q Qream" booze, in Federal Court.
MINEOLA, N.Y. - Stephen Bronster, a licensed psychologist, sexually assaulted a patient while working for Biofeedback & Psychotherapy Development/LCSW Health Services, she claims in Nassau County Court.
SACRAMENTO - The National Marine Fisheries refuses to do its mandatory duty to protect salmon and sturgeon in the Yuba River, the South Yuba River Citizens League claims in Federal Court.
DALLAS - QVL Pharmacy Holdings fired an employee for truthfully reporting that it had failed to disclose the criminal convictions of its CEO to the state Pharmacy Board, the former worker claims in Dallas County Court.
WILMINGTON - Hallmark Cards, AT&T and others violate a software patent on electronic greeting cards, CreateAds claims in four federal complaints.
OGDEN, Utah - The Commission On Accreditation Of Medical Transport Systems stripped Classic Helicopter Group of its air ambulance accreditation because it's forcing small, rural carriers out of business, Classic claims in a federal antitrust complaint.