The Tybee Island, Ga. boat captain who pressed criminal charges against Billy Currington in 2013 is now suing the singer. Charles Harvey Ferrelle III says Currington mocked, derided and libelled him before the plea deal was reached.
Patrick Snay was the former head of a private preparatory school in Miami. At the age of 69, his contract with Gulliver Preparatory School wasn't renewed, which led to a legal battle.
In November 2011, Snay and the school reached an agreement in which Snay would receive $10,000 in back pay and $80,000 as part of a settlement. The Gulliver schools also agreed to pay Snay's attorneys $60,000.
Copyright infringers are everywhere, even up in the sky. Sony Music and various subsidiary labels brought a lawsuit against United Airlines for offering copyrighted music, such as Carrie Underwood's, through in-flight entertainment without the proper licensing.
Last August, singer LeAnn Rimes launched an invasion of privacy lawsuit against two women, Kimberly Smiley and her daughter Alexis, claiming that the mother-daughter duo violated her rights by recording a conversation between them and posting it online.
The company that provided insurance for the equipment used by Sugarland and Sara Bareilles at the Indiana State Fair in August 2011 is suing the state and several others for damages. The lawsuit seeks monetary compensation to cover equipment harmed during the and after the stage collapse.
There's some good news for Tim McGraw that spells bad news for his former label, Curb Records. The two sides have been embroiled in years of legal battles, and the latest victory falls in favor of the country singer.