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R. Kelly claims Leonard Rowe and Rowe Entertainment haven't paid up on a $3.4 million arbitration judgment for Kelly's November 2007-January 2008 35-show tour, in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Warner Bros. Records is selling Lorraine McKenna's song, "Confetti," without permission, says Melanie Howard Music, which claims it own the song, in Nashville Federal Court.

Vito Bratta claims Mike Tramp and Artists Worldwide are using his "White Lion" trademark on Tramp's North American tour, in Brooklyn Federal Court.

Twentieth Century Fox owes them $100,000 for work on a pilot tentatively called "I/A," Amica Productions and William Devlin claim in New York County Court.

A woman claims Dirty World Entertainment and Hooman Karamian aka Nik Richie defamed her, invaded her privacy and misappropriated her image by posting a stolen photo of her on his Web site, in Los Angeles Superior Court.

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