Patrick Snay was the former head of a private preparatory school in Miami. At the age of 69, his contract with Gulliver Preparatory School wasn't renewed, which led to a legal battle.
In November 2011, Snay and the school reached an agreement in which Snay would receive $10,000 in back pay and $80,000 as part of a settlement. The Gulliver schools also agreed to pay Snay's attorneys $60,000.
Rupert Murdoch has been spending most of his time in court these days with the settlements over his newspapers’ email and phone hacking scandal, but now he may be back over allegations that are even more bizarre.
Yesterday was not a happy day for Marion Ross, Anson Williams, Donny Most or Erin Moran.
A judge in California threw out the fraud portion of the lawsuit that the former ‘Happy Days’ stars filed against CBS. The lawsuit will continue with the breach of contract claim.
In a move that brings renewed focus to the dearth of quality film roles for women over 40, an actress has filed suit against the Hollywood database website IMDb for publishing her real age.
In the complaint, the plaintiff, who filed as “Jane Doe,” asserts that her IMDb listing has cost her potential work because “in the entertainment industry, youth is king.”
Michael Alan Rubin claims the story for ‘The Hangover Part II’ was stolen from a screenplay he wrote about his disastrous honeymoon in Thailand.
Now, he’s suing Warner Bros. for an unspecified amount of money, claiming the sordid tale is his.
A Texas woman has decided to sue Continental Airlines and three other air carriers for mental trauma she endured during a particularly hellish flight.
What, did she have to sit through ‘The Smurfs’ on the in-flight movie?