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Aurora Miller, widow of songwriter Ron Miller, claims in Los Angeles Superior Court that attorney Perry Hirsch and BMI cheated her of royalties from her husband's estate. Ron Miller's biggest hit was "For Once In My Life."

Threshold Entertainment claims New Line Cinema and Warner Bros. refuse to show the books showing how much they owe Larry Kasanoff for directing the first "Mortal Kombat" film, in a $2 million claim in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Dream Alley Productions took his $187,000 to make a documentary film but made nothing, Michael Agganis claims in Suffolk County Court, Boston.

Arthur Metrano claims Twentieth Century Fox swiped his comedy routine and used it in the movie, "Stewie Griffin: The Untold Story," in a $2 million claim in Los Angeles Superior Court.

US-Asian International Group bounced a check and refused to pay other charges for its two-day fashion show at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall, the City of Seattle claims in King County Court.

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