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In a $20 million claim in New York County Court, Ron Goldberg and Alliance Capital claim they hired attorney Able Pierre, Microbanc and Todd Spenla to help Goldberg buy the bankrupt Death Row Records, and the defendants tortiously interfered by seeking other buyers.

Saratoga Films claims Navarre Corp., Netflix, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble, Tower.com, Program Power Entertainment and James Flocker are illegally selling video downloads of its movie "Bloodsucking Pharaohs in Pittsburgh," in Manhattan Federal Court.

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