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Dick Clark Productions claims DCAB Entertainment Advisors and Riptide Entertainment are violating the "American Bandstand" trademarks, in Los Angeles Federal Court.

Jessica Cosby claims Joseph White, owner of C&L Enterprises dba Classie Lady, assaulted and battered her while she appeared as an entertainer at the club, in Jefferson County Court, Louisville, Ky.

Cheryl Clark is lead plaintiff in a class-action complaint against the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists, AFL-CIO. The class consists of all people who appeared in the Tony award-winning musical numbers in DVD/VHS tapes of "Broadway's Lost Treasures," Vols. I, II, III, and the boxed set. They claim the defendants, including Christopher Cohen Productions dba Broadway's Lost Treasures, owe them money and an accounting, in Los Angeles Federal Court.

Aaron Tucker claims he was injured in a "Poker Run" contest involving on- and off-road vehicles, sponsored by K-Frog Radio Station and CBS Radio, in Imperial County Court, Calif.

WB Music Corp. claims Cash Money Records owes it $5 million for breaching contract and violating copyright on tunes and albums, including "Shake That Ass." Here are the parties to the case in New Orleans Federal Court: WB Music Corp., Warner-Tamerlane Publishing Corp., Cotillion Music, Noontime Tunes, and WBM Music Corp. v. Cash Money Records, Ronald Williams, and Bryan Williams.

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