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Actress Tara Reid wants the producers of the "Sharknado" science-fiction films to shell out $100 million for allegedly using her face on "Sharknado"-branded slot machines and beer cans without her permission, according to a lawsuit filed in California federal court.
Paul Hastings LLP has represented a joint venture of funds managed by Trinity Real Estate Investments LLC and Elliott Management Corp. in the acquisition of the Grande Lakes Orlando Resort in Florida, a 409-acre complex that includes two luxury hotels, the law firm said Thursday.
San Francisco 49ers fans leading a class action in California federal court alleging the team's stadium does not meet Americans with Disabilities Act standards have settled their claims against Ticketmaster and Live Nation after three months of arbitration.
People's United Financial Inc. asked a Florida federal judge Thursday to deny a receiver's bid to protect Ariel Quiros, allegedly the architect of a $350 million EB-5 visa fraud scheme involving Vermont ski resort Jay Peak, saying there is no legal basis to reward Quiros by sheltering him from further claims.
Marriott’s database is still vulnerable to hackers a week after the hotel giant announced a massive data breach, according to a lawsuit filed in Maryland federal court by a plaintiffs firm that says its in-house researchers have discovered a key security flaw.