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Arthur Levitt Jr. demands $200,000 from Vivian Horan and Vivian Horan Fine Art in a dispute over an allegedly fake Alexander Calder sculpture, in New York County Court.

Christopher Bridges pka Ludacris claims in Manhattan Federal Court that these defendants infringed copyright on his tunes, "In Da Club" and "Lovers and Friends": Teevee Toons, TVT Records LLC, BME Enterprises LLC, BME Recordings LLC, and Jonathan Smith.

Accent Films International claims Mitchell Banks, M&L Banks and TI Inc. owe royalties for licensing of the film, "Henri Cartier-Bresson: The Impassioned Eye," in Manhattan Federal Court.

Bennie Larsen claims Rickie Lee Jones and Lee Cantelon swiped his music for a Christian music album, and stiffed him for work on a soundtrack album for the film, "Friends With Money," in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Monkeys In Silk Productions and Michael Rotman claim Unicorn Video and William Smithviolate copyright by selling unauthorized copies, too cheaply, of a movie DVD, "Star Wait," in Los Angeles Federal Court.

Luminous Films claims Richard Mendelssohn and Pro-Active Entertainment Group breached a contract to return all unsold copied of the film "Mr. Christmas" by Dec. 2, 2006, in Pulaski County Court, Little Rock.

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