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Aramid Entertainment Fund claims John Flynn and Ring Productions refuse to repay a $4.7 million loan to finance the movie, "The Six Wives of Henry LeFay," in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Disco Fever Publishing claims Interscope Geffen A&M Records, a division of UMG Recordings, violated copyright on the tune "Starski Live at the Disco Fever," in Manhattan Federal Court. It also sued Rashad Lynn aka "Common," and Pharrell Williams and Chad Hugh aka "The Neptunes."

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