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Cynthia Fox claims MacMillan Publishers libeled her in its magazine, "Nature Biotechnology," in a review of her book, "Cell of Cells: The Global Race to Capture and Control the Stem Cell," in New York County Court.

WGBH Educational Foundation claims the Donald Ellis Gallery illegally promotes itself with video clips from WGBH's TV show, "Antiques Roadshow," in violation of a written agreement, in Manhattan Federal Court.

Anthony Byroads claims his "Crossfade" bandmate Ed Sloan, and Sony/ATV Publishing, stole the copyright for songs he and other band members co-wrote by registering them in Sloan's name, in Nashville Federal Court.

In a pro se claim in Sacramento Federal Court, Ola Ray claims Michael Jackson, Optimum Productions and others owe her money for appearing as Jackson's girlfriend in the video for "Thriller."

Kenneth Bennett claims BCI Eclipse Co., Ritewell Commercial Services, and George Holder Jr. conspired to cheat him of royalties in a "Christmas Album," in Davidson County Chancery Court, Nashville.

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