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Universal Network Television sued Richard Wolf and Wolf Entertainment in a dispute over producer fees for the "Law & Order" series, in Los Angeles Superior Court.

TimeLine Web Limited, Media Zone Limited and Indianpornnetwork.com are displaying the photo of a 22-year-old investment banker, who never has been involved in pornography, to lure viewers to their porn sites, the woman claims in Manhattan Federal Court. Represented by Quinn Emanuel Urquhart Oliver & Hedges, she demands $5 million.

Anthony Whitehurst claims he owns a share of the rights to the name and likeness of James Byrd Jr., who was killed in a famous hate crime, and that Showtime Networks and Viacom cheated him and others in their movie, "Jasper, Texas," in a pro se complaint in Beaumont, Texas, Federal Court.

Tigertail Entertainmentand Michael Pagan claim they were cheated of money and writing credit for the "Chain Letter" screenplay by Deon Taylor, Deon Taylor Enterprises and Chain Letter LLC, in Los Angeles Superior Court.

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences owes $130,000 for damaging rented rain canopies, Rick Boomhower, Eagle Rigging and Hartford Fire Insurance claim in Los Angeles Superior Court.

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