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Victory Records demands $35 million from Virgin Records America and EMI Music North America, claiming they tortiously interfered and caused the band "Hawthorne Heights" to terminate its multi-album recording and merchandising agreement with Victory, in Manhattan Federal Court.

Hye White Bread Productions claims that since 2004 Irwin Yablans, The Irwin Yablans Co., and Compass International Pictureshave failed to provide accounting and share profits from the 1981 film, "Halloween," in Los Angeles Superior Court.

Alicia Keys (Alicia Angelo-Cook) dba MBK Entertainment breached contract by performing in only one of two scheduled concerts, Digital Sports & Entertainment claims in Santa Ana, Calif., Federal Court.

Scott Welch Management claims eight defendants owe him for his work on Collective Souls' new album. Welch sued Edgar Roland Jr., Dean Roland, Will Turpin, Joel Kosche, Ryan Hoyle, Delicious Tours Inc., Linkedy Link Inc., and Sugarfuzz Music Inc. in Davidson County Chancery Court, Nashville.

Terry David Mulligan, veteran radio broadcaster and actor, claims CTVglobemedia fired him illegally because of his age, in Vancouver, B.C., Supreme Court.

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