The former mistress of convicted wife killer Scott Peterson is being sued by a California author who says Amber Frey failed to cooperate in the writing of a book and screenplay.
California is already deep in debt, so the last thing the Golden State needs is a claim to pay out millions of dollars. Yet that is exactly what taxpayers are now facing in the form of a $40 million claim against the state.
The makers of “The Hurt Locker” are asking a federal judge to take part in a belated Oscar screening of sorts — to watch a DVD of the film and then dismiss an Iraq war veteran’s claims it is based on him.
Taco Bell is launching an advertising campaign Friday to fight back against a lawsuit charging its taco filling isn’t beef.
The parents of a murdered college student say former Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger “messed with the wrong family” in issuing an 11th-hour clemency for the son of a political ally.
Viacom is appealing a court decision that YouTube obeyed copyright laws even though the Internet video site used to show thousands of pirated clips.
Deaf moviegoers have filed suit against Cinemark, claiming the movie chain is denying them access to films by refusing to install closed captioning devices.
A Davis man says he’s sick of waiting in long lines at the airport and now he’s doing something about by filing a lawsuit.
A lawsuit filed Tuesday seeks to halt the sale of 11 California office complexes, alleging the process illegally bypassed the state Judicial Council and amounts to an improper gift of public funds.
A nonprofit corporation owned by the University of New Mexico’s board of regents has filed a federal lawsuit against Intel Corp., claiming the computer chip manufacturing giant infringed on a university patent that helps in the production of advanced chips.