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LEGAL NEWS


Marion "Suge" Knight (AP Photo)
Interscope To Cooperate In Music Case

A bankruptcy judge earlier this week ordered Interscope Records to produce documents related to Marion "Suge" Knight.


Michael Ovitz (AP Photo)
Ovitz Named In New Pellicanos Lawsuit

Arthur Bernier, formerly of AMG, has filed a lawsuit against a number of defendants, including mogul Michael Ovitz, alleging invasion of privacy.


Foxy Brown (AP Photo)
Foxy Brown Jailed In Florida Salon Scuffle

Foxy Brown spent a night in jail after she threw hair glue at a beauty shop employee and later swatted an officer.


Sigel
Rapper Beanie Sigel Back In Court

A judge extended Beanie Sigel's supervised release after the rapper was questioned in federal court about a positive drug test and association with convicted felons.


Rhymes
Busta Rhymes Considers Judge's Plea Deal

Busta Rhymes rejected a prosecutor's offer of six months in jail on two assault charges Tuesday but is considering a judge's deal that would let him plead guilty to misdemeanor assault and remain free.


Elvis Enterprises Wins Copyright Case

A U.S. District Court in Los Angeles has awarded $2.8 million to Memphis-based Elvis Presley Enterprises.


Brandy
2nd Lawsuit Filed In Brandy Fatal Crash

A second wrongful death lawsuit has been filed against actress-singer Brandy in a December freeway crash.


Phil Spector
TV Coverage Allowed For Spector Trial

The murder trial of rock `n' roll producer Phil Spector will be televised.

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