A jury’s verdict that Pharrell Williams and Robin Thicke copied Marvin Gaye’s music to create their hit song “Blurred Lines” won’t just be felt by the singer’s pocketbooks — it has the potential to change how musicians work and could open the door to new copyright claims.
One couple never sold their tickets, but were ticketed because “police unreasonably suspected that they may sell them.”
The decision centers on a technical point: The court says a three-year deadline to sue was missed.
The woman, who isn’t identified in the lawsuit, says the man sexually harassed, stalked and intimidated her.
The Ypsilanti man claims he was fired for criticizing the automaker’s efforts to support the gay community.
The lawsuit filed in Manhattan State Supreme Court paints a picture of a careless, cocky staff of doctors who ran roughshod over Rivers while she was unconscious, and it suggests that she died because of their incompetence.
MGM Restoration says it was called about a flooding issue and only received $7,000.
One Michigan woman said she wouldn’t support a ban on sledding …
GRAND RAPIDS (WWJ/AP) – Five boys have filed a lawsuit against the Grand Rapids school district, accusing officials of failing to protect them against the sexual advances of a female teacher. The lawsuit filed Tuesday […]
A family said Frankenmuth violated their rights by blocking an attempt to sell their land to Walmart.