Late Apology for Late Show Lawsuit

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“My bad.”

A former intern who sued David Letterman is know apologizing for the lawsuit, saying lawyers forced her into the idea. In an apology letter sent to New York’s Daily News, Mallory Musallam expresses regret over suing The Late Show over unpaid wages. The intern, backed by similar employees dating back to 2008, had filed suit against Worldwide Pants, the force behind CBS’s popular late night television program. Musallam went as far as to claim that she had been treated like a “indentured servant” by Letterman and the staff at The Late Show. The suit was originally filed years ago in the New York Supreme Court, amongst a heard of other lawsuits involving unpaid interns.

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Happiest Place On Earth Facing Lawsuit

300px-Walt_Disney_World_Resort_entranceThe wonderful World of Walt Disney Parks and Resorts has been confronted with a lawsuit by numerous families of children with developmental disorders and could potentially be facing more unhappy parents. The lawsuit alleges that the families of children with development disorders have experienced suffering and the company has violated the American With Disabilities Act. Disney denied these allegations when the complaint was originally brought to their attention. The initial complaint had up 57 grievances and is now looking at tripling the accusations against the power house. Read More

Casino Host Makes Off With High Roller List

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VIP Host Caught Stealing High Roller List.

A federal lawsuit has been filed against a former VIP host at Maryland Live casino who allegedly stole a confidential list of high rollers, in an effort to lure them to the Horseshoe Casino. Helena Wong worked as a host at Maryland Live before taking a job at Horseshoe Casino. On August 20th Wong sent an email to over 1,000 High rolling Maryland Live customers that landed her in some serious legal trouble. Wong was was in violation of company policy and allegedly abused her access as a VIP host at Maryland Live casino.

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Pom Wonderful Taking On Coca-Cola, Co.

Pom for the win!

Pom Wonderful was granted, by the Supreme Court, to further their litigation case against Coco-Cola, Co. The Huffington Post reported the Supreme Court sided with Pom Wonderful ruling 8-0 to pursue the lawsuit. The basis of the lawsuit is that Coco-Cola has a similar product called “Pomegranate Bluebery” that is offered by Coke’s Minute Maid that is misleading. The reason why the product is misleading is because the contents of the beverage are made up of 99% apple and grape juice.

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New Jersey Court Ruling: Adult Children With Power of Attorney Not Welcome in Elderly Parent’s Divorce

With life expectancies among today’s senior citizens longer than ever, more and more adult children are finding themselves sharing the responsibility of caring for their aging and elderly parents, including taking part in their parents’ legal and financial affairs as an appointed Power of Attorney. Holding Power of Attorney can be helpful when it comes to making decisions concerning medical billing or nursing home payments. But what happens if an elderly parent decides to divorce?

A recently published opinion from New Jersey’s Ocean County Superior Court examined the novel question of whether or not a litigant in divorce proceedings could appear and testify through an attorney-in-fact designated by Power of Attorney (POA). The court declined to allow this, for multiple reasons, and presented some clear guidelines for parties and attorneys to follow if presented with similar situations in the future. The case, Marsico v. Marsico, involved an adult daughter holding POA for her elderly father who had been sued for divorce by his second wife. Read more