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Titan Media alleges theft, sales of their porno.
IO Group, of California, is filing suit against Antelope Media, alleging theft of their pornographic videos at a membership website. Price: $10
Wal-Mart sued by shopper who was falsely arrested for theft.
Linda Anderson, of Tennessee, is filing suit against Wal-Mart, alleging she was arrested for felony theft of property, but charges were dismissed. Price: $10
Ex-employees steal web content to publish their own classifieds website.
Want Ad Digest, of New York, is filing suit against Display Advertising and Edward Spain, alleging theft and use of classifieds posted on the Want Ads website. Price: $10
Dream Custom Homes alleges infringement of their home designs.
Dream Custom Homes, of Florida, is filing suit against Modern Day Construction and Anthony Piarulli, alleging theft of their home designs by MDC. Price: $10
Woman sues Gateway Triangle for falsely accusing her of grand theft.
Levonia Dortch, of Indiana, is filing suit against Gateway Triangle, alleging she suffered injury to her reputation when she was falsely accused of grand theft. Price: $10
Dance Heads says their trademarks and business model stolen by competitor.
Dance Heads is filing suit against Florida corporation Boogie Bodies and Anthony Kay, alleging theft of their advertising video, as well as the technology and idea behind it. Price: $10
Monster in Law film idea was stolen, says author.
Sheri Gilbert, of North Carolina, is filing suit against New Line Productions, et al., alleging theft and use of her motion picture length screenplay When Mom's the Other Woman. Price: $10
Grand Theft Auto using man's music without permission.
Linton White, of New York, is filing suit against Take Two Interactive Software and Rockstar Games, alleging his music is used on the soundtrack for Grand theft Auto 4. Price: $10
First Impression design alleges theft of their home design photos and designs.
First Impression Design and Management, of Florida, is filing suit against Zeppelin, dba Electronics World, theft of their photos showing various home theaters built and photographed by FID. Price: $10
Insurance company sued for not paying for stolen air conditioner.
Oklahoma resident Sirisone Nguyen is filing suit against Peerless Insurance Company for wrongfully refusing to pay policy benefits for the theft of her $110,000 air conditioning equipment. Price: $10
DiversityInc Media sues over unauthorized republishing of their newsletter articles.
DiversityInc Media, of New Jersey, is filing suit against Computer Consulting Associates International, dba Diversitybusiness.com, alleging theft and use of their copyrighted stories and articles from their website. Price: $10
Man says his characters are being infringed by Mattel.
Joseph Ottis,of Nebraska, is filing suit against Fischer Price, Mattel, et al., alleging theft and infringement of his meettheplanets and other copyrighted characters, games and trademarks. Price: $10
Doctor claims other doctors stole his photos from website.
Dr. Steven Denenberg, of Nebraska, is filing suit against Dr. David Avytan, Dr. Bill Kim, and Dr. Bruce Katz, alleging theft and use of photographs on Deneberg's website by defendants. Price: $10
Travelers sued for not paying on theft loss claim.
Darren Rice, of Oklahoma, is filing suit against Travelers Property Casualty Company of America, alleging defendant has refused to pay for a theft loss incurred by plaintiff. Price: $10
Dollar General sued by worker who was accused of grand theft falsely.
Kimberly Jones, of Tennessee, is filing suit against DG Retail, dba Dollar General Stores, alleging she was falsely accused and arrested for grand theft of over four thousand dollars from DGS. Price: $10
Man sues for being falsely arrested for car theft by Thrifty Car Rental.
Jeffrey Grady, of New Jersey, is filing suit against Thrifty Car Rental, Inc. and XYZ Corporation, alleging he was falsely arrested for car theft because the defendants had not removed the car from a list of stolen vehicles. Price: $10
Balshe alleges theft of their trade secrets and confidential info by subcontractors.
Balshe and The Simon Law Firm, of Illinois, is filing suit against Alan Ross and Save Associates, alleging attempted theft of their trade secrets and confidential information. Price: $10
Developer alleges infringement of his ZeroForum software.
Dustin Adler, of California, is filing suit against RelyNet and Michael DeCarlo, alleging theft of his copyright protected ZeroForum software used to post data to a website. Price: $10
Home Design Services alleges theft of their home designs.
Home Design Services, of Narth Carolina, is filing suit against Persis-Nova Construction, Frank Arooj and Ebrahim Mowlavi, alleging theft of their architectural designs. Price: $10
Wal-Mart sued by shopper who was accused of shoplifting.
Neeta Mahani, of Florida, is filing suit against Wal-Mart, alleging she was falsely accused of theft by Wal-Mart employees for diapers she had in her cart. Price: $10
Photographer sues over stolen, used photos.
Dell Cullum, of New York, is filing suit against Diamond A Ranch and Darlene White, alleging theft and distribution of Cullum's copyrighted photographs. Price: $10
Woman sues for false arrest by SWAT team and US Marshalls.
Charonna Davis, an Ohio resident, is filing suit against Echostar Satellite after she was arrested by a SWAT team and U.S. Marshalls for theft and telecommunications fraud due to defendant's flawed billing practices. Price: $10
Wal-Mart sued by customer unlawfully detained for shoplifting.
Donna Mickles, a resident of Tennessee, is filing suit against Wal-Mart Stores, alleging Mickles was unlawfully detained for several hours and falsely charged with theft. Price: $10
7-Eleven sued by man who was arrested and held for months after being accused of theft.
Donnette Weathers, of Maryland, is filing suit against 7-Eleven, alleging he was imprisoned for months due to a false charge of theft levied against him by 7-Eleven, for whom he had been a store manager. Price: $10
Home Depot sued by man who was harassed by security guards.
Klodian Nasaj, of Illinois, is filing suit against Home Depot, alleging he was assaulted and harassed and eventually arrested for a bogus charge of theft, which was eventually dropped. Price: $10
Publix sued by woman accused of stealing a piiata.
Angela Johnson, a resident of Georgia, is filing suit against Publix Super Markets, alleging she was falsely detained and arrested for theft while attempting to leave the store with a birthday cake and piiata that she did not have a receipt for. Price: $10
Black Swann alleges unauthorized use of his songs for "A Date with Anna" Kournikova
Christopher Swann, pka Black Swan, is filing suit against Anna Kournikova, Jamie Mossberg, Foglight Entertainment, et al., alleging theft and use of his musical compositions for "A Date with Anna" Price: $10
Knit With alleges infringement of their special blend cashmere yarn.
The Knit With, of Pennsylvania, is filing suit against Eisaku Noro, Diane Elalouf and Sion Elalouf, alleging theft of the special blend of fibers used by KW for their hand-knitting yarns. Price: $10
TCI Tire sued for falsely accusing worker of felony theft.
Mark Harris, of Florida, is filing suit against TCI Tire Center, alleging he was falsely accused of felony theft, despite being permitted to continue working. A subsequent employer spotted the false charges and refused to hire him also. Price: $10
Kendall Holdings alleges ex-employee started competing business with company secrets.
Kendall Holdings, of Ohio, is filing suit against Eden Cryogenics, Steven Hensley, Jim Mitchell, et al., alleging theft of company secrets and processes, and the ultimate establishment of a competing company. Price: $10
Yash Raj alleges theft and sale of copyrighted music and films.
Yash Raj Films, of New York, is filing suit against Dishant.com, Dishant G. Shah, meeta Shaw, et al., alleging theft of their copyrighted music and film by defendant, who sells pirated copies. Price: $10
Cloverleaf alleges theft of their Bellagio home designs.
Cloverleaf, Egan Enterprises, and Tanner Consulting, of Oklahoma, are filing suit against Tim Albro, Albro Construction and Canterbury Design, alleging theft and unauthorized use of their Bellagio home plans. Price: $10
Yellow Pages alleges Yellow Books stole images.
Yellow Pages Photos, of Florida, is filing suit against Yellow Books and Pindar set, alleging theft and use of their copyrighted images for categories in the Yellow Page directories. Price: $10
Home Design Services alleges theft of their home design.
Home Design Services, of Colorado, is filing suit against Darren Wade, alleging theft and use of their home design plans. Price: $10
TechnoMarine alleges theft of their website content and photos.
TechnoMarine, of New York, is filing suit against Jomashop, alleging theft of the TechnoMarine content and website photos of their merchandise, which is used by Jomashop, a reseller on the internet. Price: $10
Anti-computer theft technology is the subject of lawsuit.
Acco Brands, Inc., an Illinois-based corporation, is filing suit against Secucomputer, Inc., and Office Security Solutions, for patent infringement of plaintiff's wall-mounted security device which prohibits computer theft. Price: $10
The Revolution alleges theft of their training materials.
The Revolution FMO, Mark Lindsey and Ty Young, of California, are filing suit against Asset Marketing Systems Insurance Services, alleging theft of their copyrighted Programs 2 Premium series of insurance training courses. Price: $10
Kroger sued by shopper falsely accusing of stealing groceries.
Wade Gilbert, a resident of Mississippi, is filing suit against Kroger Company, alleging plaintiff suffered humiliation and embarrassment in his community after he was falsely accused, by a Kroger employee, of being responsible for the theft of food. Price: $10
Dollar General sued by shopper unjustly accused of theft.
Bridget Holland, a Maryland resident, is filing suit against Dolgencorp, d/b/a, Dollar General, after a Dollar General employee falsely imprisoned her, accusing her of theft. Price: $10
Software developers stole trade secrets, says Accenture.
Accenture global Services is filing suit against Guidework Software, alleging theft of their trade secrets by defendants who had worked for Accenture as software developers. Price: $10
The Bear Mill says competitor infringing trademarks.
The Bear Mill and Janis Fenton, of Idaho, is filing suit against Teddy Mountain, alleging infringement of their TBM trademarks and theft of teddy bear business. Price: $10
Flexible Benefits Council sues to regain old name—Employers Council on Flexible Compensation.
The Flexible Benefits Council, of Washington, D.C., is Kenneth Feltman, Anthony Hawks and Employers Council on Flexible Compensation, alleging wholesale theft of plaintiff’s identity Price: $10
Photographer alleges unauthorized use of his photos of Buffalo landmarks and buildings.
James McCoy Photography, of New York, is filing suit against Buffalo Niagara Convention & Visitors Bureau and Interspace Airport Advertising, and Robin Color Lab, alleging theft and use of his photos of Buffalo landmarks and buildings. Price: $10
Men allege Deer John stole their deer hunting videos and photos.
Jeffrey Fidler and James Fidler, of Michigan, are filing suit against John Eberhart, Deer John Products, et al., alleging theft and unauthorized use of their videos and photos of eer hunting. Price: $10
ABC sued for copying Ninja Warrior Japanese Game Show.
Tokyo Broadcasting System, of California, is filing suit against American broadcasting System, alleging theft of the idea for the show Wipeout from several successful shows created by plaintiff. Price: $10
Adult photos stolen and used on website.
Earl Miller Photography, of California, is filing suit against Joe Jekel, aka Joe Jakel, and Patrick De Kievit, aka Patrick De Kevit, alleging theft and use of Miller's adult photographs on defendant's website. Price: $10
Lifelock alleges infringement of trademarks by competitor who used them as paid search terms.
Lifelock, of Delaware, is filing suit against Demoxi, alleging infringement of their trademarks for data theft protection by Demoxi, who has purchased numerous Lifelock marks as Yahoo search terms. Price: $10
U.S. Postmaster sued for falsely prosecuting Nigerian identity theft victim.
Winston Tinubu, Rph., is filing suit against The U.S. Postmaster General, et al., alleging plaintiff was falsely arrested and prosecuted with charges related to bank fraud based on his race and Nigerian national origin after he filed an identity theft complaint with the post master. Price: $10
Couple sued Davidson Companies after their computer database is hacked and personal data accessed.
Lowell Schaffer and Terri Oppenheimer-Schafer, of Montana, are filing suit against Davidson Companies, et al., alleging Davidson's computer database was accessed by a computer hacker, exposing them to possible identity theft. Price: $10
Sales training materials stolen by competitor.
Corporate Visions, of Nevada, is filing suit against Salesbrain, Patrick Renvoise, and Christophe Morin, alleging theft of Corporate's series of proprietary sales training and marketing workshops, including confidential manuals, workbooks, tapes, and the like. Price: $10
Suit claims photos stolen from catalog.
Cermiche Marca Corona is filing suit against Onna Ceramiche, Thunderbird Building Material, Welka Ceramic Tiles, Nuovo Mondo International, K.S. Shirley Hui, and C.K. Simon Man, alleging theft and reproduction of Corona's photos taken from their catalog. Price: $10
Home Design Services sues competitor for stealing construction drawings.
Home Design Services, of Colorado, is filing suit against J.G. Molzahn Construction and Linda Molzahn, alleging theft of their construction drawings by Molzahn. Price: $10
Global Solutions says company stole formulas for nutritional supplements after reneging on business agreement to start company.
Nevada-based Global Solutions and Gregory Geremesz are filing suit against MD marketing, Mad Dog Research & Manufacturing, Rob Crandall, WCI Nutrition, Ron Wardle, Doug Seitz and Christine Seitz, alleging theft of proprietary materials and formulas, as well as control of the company. Price: $10
Penney sued for false arrest, imprisonment.
Amy Callaway, of Geaorgia, is filing suit against J.C. Penney Corporation, Inc., alleging she was arrested for shoplifting but did not commit the crime. She was searched and arrested by store anti-theft personnel, although no goods were found. Penney later dropped the charges. Price: $10
Right Connection sued for embedding code in website to steal confidential e-mail list.
LSO, of California, is filing suit against Donald Hughes and Right Connection, alleging defendants have engaged in theft of company secrets by embedding code in their website that captures such data and sends it to Right Connection. The data was used to set up a competing business. Price: $10
Advance Stores sued for campaign of harassment against employee who reported theft and overestimate of sales.
Steve Lane, of Mississippi, is filing suit against Advance Stores and Jim Godbold, alleging he was transferred to the worst performing store in the chain after questioning the district manager's theft of floor tiles and the previous manager's overestimate of sales. His car was vandalized and he was threatened. Price: $10
LifeLock sues competitor for soliciting customers using the trademark Life Lock ID.
LifeLock is filing suit against John Does 1-5, for trademark infringement and unfair competition, alleging defendant solicits customers in Indiana via telephone, offering competing identity and data theft prevention services, using the confusingly similar Life Lock ID trademark. Price: $10
Man sues after being harassed by false arrest.
Dan Mitchell, a resident of New Jersey, is filing suit against Guirges Ibrahim for malicious prosecution, abuse of process, and other claims. The suit alleges Ibrahim filed a false criminal complaint for theft by extortion that was later dismissed due to lack of evidence. Price: $10
Hertz sued by customer arrested for vehicle theft.
Darron Francis, a resident of Georgia, is filing suit against The Hertz Corporation, alleging Francis was arrested for theft of a motor vehicle after defendant reported his rented vehicle stolen, although plaintiff had made all the rental payments for four months. Price: $10
Architect claims his floor plans were stolen and changed.
Garrell Associates, of Georgia, is filing suit against Searcy & Associates and David Searcy, alleging theft and modification of Garrell's floor plans. Price: $10
Woman says she was accused of helping steal an antique table, when she was never there.
Kathleen Holden, of New York, is filing suit against Elmer Mack, Sharon Mack and E.A. Mack Antiques, alleging Mack improperly accused her of participating in a theft at his antique gallery, when she was never in his gallery. Price: $10
Lifetime Homes claims their designs were stolen for derivative works.
Lifetime Homes, of Florida, is filing suit against Walker Homes, Residential Development Corporation, SGD Investments, Claire Pope and Ronald Walker, alleging theft of their Model A home design by defendant, who used it to create their own Concorde and Coastland designs. Price: $10
Crown Services sued hacker for sending bank spam through proxy servers.
Crown Services, an Ohio corporation, is filing suit against Mark Parrinello, alleging Parrinello hacked into plaintiff's proxy server system, using a fake IP address, to send spam purportedly from Wells Fargo Bank in order to gain confidential information used for identity theft. Price: $10
Worker sues K-Mart for false arrest.
Ruth Stone is suing K-Mart Corporation for malicious prosecution after she was arrested and charged with theft of K-Mart property while employed there. The charges were later dropped. Stone seeks damages for mental and emotional distress, loss of income, and loss of employment. Price: $10
Man sues after losing job due to allegedly false accusations of theft.
Gary Garbaciak is filing suit against Waste Management, Waste Management of Northwest Indiana and Ronald De Torrice and James Kahrs, alleging defendant's caused him to lose his long time position with Waste Management by falsely accusing plaintiff of theft. Price: $10
Employer lied to get ex-employee arrested, says suit.
Tommie Fitzhugh is suing Ferguson Enterprise for negligence, defamation, and intentional infliction of emotional distress by making false statements to the Prince George County Maryland Police Department. These alleged falsehoods resulted in Fritzhugh's arrest for the theft and burglary of defendant's property. Plaintiff was a former employee of defendant. Price: $10
Former employee accused of stealing company secrets to compete against them.
Maryland-based Castle Communications is suing its former employee Justin Stahler for breach of contract, copyright infringement, theft of trade secrets, and misappropriation of trade secrets. Staher had unfettered access to plaintiff's proprietary information during his employment, which he used to directly compete with plaintiff. Price: $10
Architect alleges theft of designs for home.
Florida-based Alfred Belniak, dba Hammerhead Construction, is filing suit against Modern Day Construction, Marc Delape, P.A.R. Custom Drafting, Phillip Roush, Michael Ciancimino and Helaine Ciancimino, alleging theft of the design of their Abbey series of homes by Ciancimino, who got the drawings during a visit to their showroom home. Price: $10
First Republic sued after employee commits ID theft of customer and bank hides it.
David Kittle, a Kentucky resident, is filing suit against First Republic Mortgage and David Richey, alleging Richey perpetrated identity theft against Kittle and rather than terminate Richey, First Republic worked to cover up the misconduct. Price: $10
Fireproof safe logo confusingly similar to original.
New York corporation John Brush & Co, dba, Sentry Group, is filing suit against Stuhblbarg International Sales Company, dba, Sisco, alleging Sisco's Fire theft Safe mark and flame logo are confusingly similar to plaintiff's flame logo for fire proof safes and protective containers. Price: $10
Company changes name to take advantage of scheme to deceive customers.
Cubic Simulations Systems, f/k/a, EEC International, is filing suit against Edmond Computer Corporation International, for corporate identity theft, alleging that after plaintiff changed its name to Cubic defendant changed its name and began selling simulation and training systems similar to plaintiff's using the exact same trade name ECC. Price: $10
Woman sues store for false arrest, after paying belatedly.
The Shoe Show of Rocky Mount, Inc., of Arkansas, is filing suit against Adesuwa Edogun and Harold Dawson, alleging defendant stole a pair of shoes from the plaintiff's store. Upon being aware that the store had alerted the police to the theft, defendant Edogun returned to the store and paid for the item. She used the receipt from that purchase to get out of her criminal trial, then sued plaintiff for false arrest. Price: $10
Man sues after 17 hearings on theft charge.
Richard Souza, a California resident, is filing suit against the County of Merced and the Merced County Sherifffs Office, et al., for defamation and for violation of Souzaas constitutional rights. The suit alleges Souza was arrested for grand theft for allegedly stealing $400 worth of diesel fuel. Souza fought through an excess of 17 hearings over three years although evidence exonerating him was presented shortly after he was arrested. Price: $10
UPN's South Beach show is a rip-off, says screenwriter's suit.
A New York man filed suit against UPN television network, CBS, Paramount and others for allegedly stealing his screenplay and turning it into a television show called South Beach. He alleges the show is a direct theft of a screenplay he had written detailing his personal exodus from New York to South Beach, Miami, Florida, and his involvement in the South Beach modeling scene and night life. Price: $10
Man sues Home Depot for false imprisonment after he tries to pick up items he left behind.
Lawrence Stokes is suing Home Depot USA, seeking damages for false imprisonment and defamation after Stokes was arrested for retail theft when attempting to exit the Philadelphia Home Depot with items he had purchased the previous day, but had left overnight in order to obtain a large vehicle to transport the goods. The manager refused to speak to the plaintiff and Stokes was incarcerated for 12 weeks when the loss prevention officer failed to provide Stokes a receipt for the District Attorney. Price: $10
Publisher alleges interference by ex-employee who began competing publication.
New York based Source Media is suing its former employee Timothy O'Hara and his business, the Credit Union Business Magazine, seeking damages and injunctive relief for unfair competition, unjust enrichment, theft of trade secrets, and tortious interference. O'Hara conspired to start his credit union magazine while working for Source Media on its Credit Union Journal. Price: $10
Wells Fargo sued in class action for failing to protect customer information.
Ohio resident Todd Kidman, on behalf on himself, and others similarly situated, are filing a class action lawsuit against Wells Fargo & Company and Wells Fargo Home Mortgage, et al., for invasion of privacy, breach of contract, and negligence, alleging on numerous occasions since 2003 defendants have failed to protect sensitive customer data, exposing plaintiffs to increased risk of identity theft. The suit claims defendant did not encrypt electronic data, causing highly personal information to be stolen from the truck of an employee's car and misused by an convicted felon employee. Price: $10
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