A contract dispute between the developer of a popular tourist attraction and the tribe that owns it has resulted in a multimillion-dollar judgment for the developer, but whether he'll see any of that money remains to be seen.
Actor Charlie Sheen is reported to be nearing an agreement in his $100 million lawsuit against Warner Brothers over his termination from the "Two and a Half Men" sitcom. The case has been in private arbitration in an effort to end the litigation against the studio and Chuck Lorre, the co-creator of the show.
Communications giant AT&T is engaged in talks to purchase rival provider T-Mobile to the outrage of some of its customers who have joined in a class action lawsuit to stop the merger. In an attempt to end arbitration claims made by the group of eight customers, AT&T has filed lawsuits seeking injunctions against the customers alleging abusive actions.
Charlie Sheen is currently embroiled in a fight with those who hired him and later fired him from the number one comedy on T.V., "Two and a Half Men." Sheen is suing Warner Bros. and the show's co-creator, Chuck Lorre, claiming wrongful termination. As discussed in the previous post, the case looks like it is headed for private arbitration, a development that would be better for the defendants, but would not offer much leverage to Sheen.
Charlie Sheen is currently suing his former employer, Warner Bros., because he says he was wrongfully fired from television's top comedy, "Two and a Half Men." Sheen was fired after publicly ranting against his employers and going through personal problems that his bosses say were interfering with his work.
After receiving approval from antitrust regulators with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and the Department of Justice for the $30 billion merger, Comcast will officially take over operations of NBC Universal on Friday.