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  • December 02, 2022

    Disney Sued Over Park Trip Planner Patent

    Disney is infringing a patent for customized theme park itineraries with its Genie and Genie+ services that help visitors navigate its parks, according to a lawsuit filed Friday in Florida federal court.

  • December 02, 2022

    Harvey Weinstein's Fate In LA Rape Trial Goes To Jury

    A California jury began deliberations on rape and sexual assault charges against Harvey Weinstein on Friday after a prosecutor wrapped up rebuttal closing arguments by encouraging the jurors not to buy into the disgraced movie mogul's "magic" theory that eight accusers who don't know each other are all lying.

  • December 02, 2022

    Teen Chess Whiz's Lawsuit Is 'Publicity Stunt,' Court Told

    Magnus Carlsen and other defendants asked a Missouri federal judge on Friday to toss what they called a meritless defamation suit brought against them by Carlsen's chess rival and admitted cheater Hans Moke Niemann, arguing the case is merely a "publicity stunt."

  • December 02, 2022

    2 Live Crew Wants Old Label's Music Rights Suit Nixed

    Members of hip-hop group 2 Live Crew urged a Florida federal judge to end a lawsuit filed by music label Lil' Joe Records fighting their attempt to claw back copyrights for dozens of the group's old songs, arguing that they have the right to terminate an exclusive license of copyrighted material.

  • December 02, 2022

    Trump Rape Accuser Urges Court To Affirm Immunity Limits

    A writer suing former President Donald Trump for defamation has asked the D.C. Court of Appeals to reject the former president's bid for immunity in a lawsuit stemming from controversial statements he made denying her rape accusation, arguing the personal motivation behind the statements belies Trump's claim that they were made in the scope of his employment as president.

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