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Judge Sweet: Fox News’s Statement that It Took “Decisive Action” After Assault Allegation Does Not Disparage the Unnamed Accused Assailant

USA - January 11 2018 This week, Judge Sweet dismissed a complaint brought by a former Fox News Latino vice president who was terminated after a Fox News contributor...


Broadway Producers Sue to Bust Broadway Casting “Cartel”

USA - December 7 2017 In a complaint filed earlier this week, a group of Broadway producers accused various Broadway casting companies of “banding together to form a...


Complaint: Bill O’Reilly Breached Settlement Non-Disparagement Clause by Portraying Accusers as Extortionate Liars

USA - December 5 2017 In a complaint filed yesterday, a former Fox News producer alleged that Fox News host Bill O’Reilly violated the terms of a confidential settlement...


Judge Failla Refuses to Preliminarily Enjoin Ezekiel Elliott Suspension

USA - October 30 2017 In an opinion this evening, Judge Failla denied a motion from the NFL Players Association (“NFLPLA”), on behalf of Cowboys running back Ezekiel...

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Judge Forrest Tosses Suit Challenging Alleged City Policy to “Stop All Pedicabs”

USA - October 4 2017 This week, Judge Forrest dismissed an action by New York City pedicab drivers challenging city policies towards pedicabs as unconstitutional. The...