Larry Flynt Again Triumphs Over Brother In 'Hustler' Fight

Law360, New York (January 2, 2013, 8:49 PM EST) -- An Ohio federal judge Wednesday tossed the latest claims in the family feud between Hustler magnate Larry Flynt and his brother, Jimmy Flynt, arguing that Jimmy failed to prove the siblings had a lifetime contract when Larry fired him in 2009.

After losing the right to use the Hustler name on his adult-goods store in Cincinnati in 2011, Jimmy Flynt filed a new counterclaim against his famous brother in U.S. District Court last January. This time, he accused Larry of wrongful termination, breach of contract, fraud and illegally cutting Jimmy Flynt out of his will after Larry Flynt fired him during...

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