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Gregory Shelton claims he paid $400,000 for rights to the movie "Buckaroo," that he paid James A. Brooks to direct it, that Brooks refuses to deliver the film to him, but is trying to distribute unauthorized copies in Europe, in Clark County Court, Nev.

Beyond Comics demands $140 million in Manhattan Federal Court, claiming Konami Corp., Upper Deck Co. and others violated copyright on its character, Ravedectyl.

Rock band Sevendust fired their manager and cheated him of commissions and fees, he says in a $400,000 claim in Waukesha County Court, Wis.

Two members of the band Pretty Poison claim in Newark Federal Court that Joss Stone, EMI Group, Capitol Records and others violated copyright on their 1986 tune "Catch Me, I'm Falling," on the 2007 album, "Introducing Joss Stone."

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