During a recent trial in Manhattan, a judge ruled that the former music mogul must pay $300,000 for copyright infringement.  The federal judge argued that Dash had no right to market the 2017 movie Mafietta and was “apparently incapable of exercising ordinary civility” during the trial over ownership of the work that happened back in January.

Linda Fairstein, the lead prosecutor in the famed Central Park Five jogger case, recently filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against director Ava DuVernay, co-writer Attica Locke and Netflix over her depiction in the stirring film, When They See Us. Fairstein argues that the movie mischaracterizes her as a racist and fabricated dialogue that never took place, […]

Yo Gotti was slammed with a $6.6 million judgment after taking an initial $20,000 payout for a feature for a North Carolina artist and then allegedly attempting to pull the artist away from his management team for $150,000.

A Connecticut woman has accused the nation’s most prestigious university of capitalizing on photos of her enslaved ancestors.

Kevin Garnett filed a suit against a Kentucky-based accounting firm to the tune of $77 million after the firm worked with a third-party in what he felt was a larger scheme.

Court documents show that Herbert is being sued by a company called NK Real Estate Investments over a one-year lease of a condo in Los Angeles from December 2018.

Nicki Minaj found herself in the crosshairs of singer and songwriter Tracy Chapman after an unreleased track was leaked to the public.

The White House is denying a former campaign staffer’s report that he kissed her without her consent.

When Kim Kardashian first launched her Kimjoi app in 2015, it was reported that the reality star was making $1 million a minute–but she might lose some of that dough in a new lawsuit involving the popular app.

Jay-Z found himself in the middle of a trademark case involving the Roc Nation logo brought by the Iconix Brand. Hov noted that the arbitration panel didn't feature one Black person and demanded diversity, which was granted to the business mogul and rapper in court recently.