The owners of House of Sports, a ritzy Westchester “Olympic style athletic training facility,” are threatening to sue their former basketball coach for going to a "competitor" – a non-profit basketball association catering to poor kids.
When Fox News president Roger Ailes fired his close advisor Brian Lewis last year, the channel claimed–via a series of coordinated leaks to Fox-friendly outlets–that Lewis was terminated over "financial irregularities" and unspecified "breaches of his employment contract." Lewis fired back, and eventually settled with Fox for $8 million in November. Read More»
Prominent defense attorney Joseph Tacopina has hit the New York Daily News, two of its reporters and disgraced former police commissioner Bernard Kerik with a $15 million defamation action alleging the trio schemed in a "clever, but corrupt plan" to have Kerik file a "meritless" disciplinary complaint that would clear the way for the newspaper to publish a libelous article questioning Tacopina's ethics.
MONTE CARLO – The little courthouse resembling an ice cream cake perches high atop the Mediterranean just a few hundred yards from the royal palace. It looks like another Instagram-ready shot from the world?s most photogenic principality, a beautiful blur…