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- - Trademarks

Irena Medavoy is a new kind of celebrity. She is the spokeswoman for a band of disgruntled Botox patients who blame the drug for pain and paralysis. Botox-bashers would like Medavoy to write a "how to cope" book based on her experiences. more...

- - Personal Injury

Apple has tied its future to the iPod and tightly bundled it with iTunes. Some predict the suit could result in Apple Corps becoming a major share holder in Apple Computer, possibly with Paul McCartney as a board member But who knows? more...

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Celebrities are known for excess and exaggeration, and for them their divorces are no less extreme. Accusations of infidelity, physical, emotional, alcohol and drug abuse are commonplace. It's rivals anything heard in the high school campus. Though countless breakups are ugly, we have a round-up of the truly nastiest celebrity divorces. more...

- - Divorce

Along with baseball and apple pie, passing down extreme wealth from one generation to the next is a cherished American tradition. So when the occasional high-profile beneficiary is left out in the cold, the public is naturally eager for details. more...

- - Celebrity Lawsuits

The California Supreme Court won some new friends in the writing staff of Friends, after it unanimously threw out the workplace sexual harassment lawsuit lodged by former assistant Amaani Lyle. But why did the court reach this decision? Read more to find out why this case did not qualify as sexual harassment. more...

- - Celebrity Lawsuits

Nothing sticks to Teflon, right? Maybe not. A class action lawsuit against Teflon's creator, DuPont, just might stick to the company and its products for years to come. People in eight states, including fourteen families in Florida, claim DuPont failed to alert consumers to the possible dangers of Teflon. And legal troubles don't end there. Last month, the Department of Justice subpoenaed a grand jury to look into claims that DuPont hid findings about Teflon-associated problems and possibly violated EPA rules. more...

- - Corporate Lawsuits

Irritated with the federal government's inadequate attempts to curb illegal immigration, citizens in Arizona have formed ad hoc task forces to patrol the U.S./Mexican border. The most notorious of these groups, The Minutemen, claim they have reduced the flow of illegal immigration by up to 75% Supporters have praised these groups as patriotic citizens, while critics have denounced them as racist hate groups. In a climate of increased xenophobia and national unease, are these groups hurting more than they are helping? more...

- - Immigration

Once upon a time Steve Madden was man who knew how to please just about any woman of any age. Give her some cute shoes. Even better, design and sell some of the trendiest shoes to hit display windows. If only he had been as savvy about how to please investors.... more...

- - White-Collar Crime

It began like most marriages: in happiness, bliss, and love. November 10, 1984 marked the gathering of friends and the marriage of Terri Schindler and Michael Schiavo. After just six years of marriage, and still very much in love, their lives changed forever. At age 27, Terri suffered a heart attack. Michael called 9-1-1, and his wife was rushed to the hospital. She never regained consciousness. more...

- - Living Wills