Elon Musk’s company SpaceX is facing a lawsuit after laying off hundreds of workers. The workers claim they weren’t given proper notice or payment.
Did Seth MacFarlane steal Ted? The makers of a comedy web series point out the character’s striking similarities to Charlie the Abusive Teddy Bear.
The dating app Tinder is in the news after Tinder’s former VP of Marketing Whitney Wolfe lodged a sexual harassment complaint against some of her former male co-workers, including Tinder co-founder Justin Mateen.
Maiko Maya King, a former employee of Donald Sterling, is suing the disgraced Clippers owner claiming she was subject to “racist and sexist taunts” while she worked for him. The suit also alleges Sterling forced King to perform sexual acts in order to receive her pay.
The trust of the deceased Randy California, guitarist of the 1960s band Spirit, is suing Led Zeppelin after claiming the group ripped off the Spirit song “Taurus” for the opening of “Stairway to Heaven.”
Little League Coach Alan Beck is suing his 14-year-old player for more than $500,000.
Two of the late-for-work plaintiffs were docked pay by the same lawyer who is filing the suit.
Sixteen-year-old Ethan Couch won’t go to jail for killing four people while drunk driving because he was suffering from “affluenza” — spoiled so rotten by his rich parents that he doesn’t know right from wrong.
Former Broncos’ Quarterback Craig Morton played in two Super Bowls in the 1970s. Now he’s suing the NFL for failing to protect plays from head injuries.
San Francisco 49ers Aldon Smith and former tight end Delanie Walker have been named in a lawsuit filed by a man who was shot at a party hosted by Smith in 2012.
In an interesting turn of events, a federal judge in Georgia has decided to throw out the racial discrimination lawsuit against Paula Deen that ironically ended her career.