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Arts & Entertainment

Sega Corp. claims Mindfire Entertainment owes it for rights to a sequel to "House of the Dead," in Los Angeles Federal Court.

LA Entertainment Works, Ken Hollowell, Jim DeCicco and Marcus Barcroft claim Al Bowman, a onetime colleague on a corporate board formed to promote the Los Angeles Music Awards, defamed them in trying to start a competing company, in Los Angeles Superior Court.

M.E. Muller, a DJ known as "Mancow," claims Emmis Communications Corp. and employees of WKQK-FM slandered him after they fired him, in Cook County Court.

J. Dunston claims R.H. Love Galleries, Richard Love and Tom Hosier defraud customers by refusing to turn over money owed from art consignments, in Chicago Federal Court.

L&M Broadcasting claims Cornerstone Church, Robert Pitts, Teletech, and Mark Dobronski forced them into receivership by filing a fraudulent lawsuit to collect on a fictitious debt, so the defendants could snatch L&M's broadcast license for Channel 48, in Lucas County Court (Toledo).

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