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SeeQPod illegally distributes tunes over the Internet to increase its ad revenue through willful copyright violations, Warner Bros., Atlantic, Elektra and Rhino Entertainment claim in Los Angeles Federal Court. See complaint.

Bagdasarian Productions claims Capitol Records breached contract and plagiarized "Alvin & the Chipmunks" recordings, in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Elijah Palnik claims these defendants used his tunes "Isn't It Strange" and "If They Could Speak" in the movie "Steal Me" without his permission: Westlake Entertainment, Cineville, Picture Entertainment Corp., Blockbuster, and Amazon.com, in Columbus Federal Court.

Academy Studios sued Atlas Van Lines for breach of contract, claiming it allowed a traveling exhibit, "Daniel's Story Traveling," depicting a Jewish child's memory of the Holocaust, to be contaminated with mold and ruined, in Indianapolis Federal Court.

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