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Robin Curry, successor in interest to Zell Sanders, claims Original Sound Record Co. cheated him of more than $100,000 in royalties for the shoo-bop classic, "Sally Go Round the Roses," in Los Angeles Federal Court.

William Callery claims he wrote the song, "Hands on the Wheel," which Willie Nelson made a hit, but Gary Nunn and Nunn Publishing Co. cheated him of his royalties from it, in Travis County Court, Austin.

David Russo claims his former agent, Amy Shpall, at United Talent Agency, stole his idea for a reality-based TV series set in a gym - Bravo network's "Work Out." He also sued Bruce Toms, Mentorn USA, and Universal Inc., Los Angeles Superior Court. Bravo is an NBC Universal subsidiary.

Steve Loeb demands $80,000 from Frameworks New York and David Hill, claiming a damaged Andy Warhol "Mao" print was stolen and then found in a garbage bag outside the defendants' store, in New York County Court.

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