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A New Jersey federal judge recently declined to dismiss Fox News host Harris Faulkner’s claim that toy maker Hasbro Inc. violated her “right of publicity.”

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The federal government has sued a New Jersey man in an effort to recover an 80-year-old painting that allegedly belongs to the General Services Administration.

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A photographer has sued a New Jersey exterminator for allegedly using copyrighted pictures of insects on its website to advertise its services.

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A Philadelphia man has sued Six Flags Great Adventure over a flying cellphone dropped by another patron on the "El Toro" roller coaster that he alleges hit him in the face and caused serious injuries.

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A New Jersey federal judge has remanded to state court a lawsuit alleging that a New Jersey man's photograph was inappropriately used on a pamphlet regarding heroin use that was distributed at a high school symposium.

The Sky Is Falling

A Pennsylvania man injured when an artificial tree branch fell on him in a Rainforest Cafe is suing the company, alleging that its negligence caused him to sustain traumatic injuries.

Change is Gonna Come? TD Bank's Coin-Counting Machines in Crosshairs

By Charles Toutant |

TD Bank has been hit with a class suit on behalf of customers who were shortchanged by its Penny Arcade coin-counting machines.

NJ Man Claims Latest Rocky Movie Was His Idea

A Clifton man has sued MGM Studios Inc., alleging that the Oscar-nominated movie "Creed" came from his vision for a way to continue the "Rocky" franchise. The movie centers on the son of Apollo Creed, once an opponent and later a friend of Sylvester Stallone's titular Rocky.

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Citing perhaps George Washington's "greatest piece of generalship," a nonprofit organization focused on preserving a state park with a key place in American history has asked a New Jersey federal court to issue an injunction preventing a research center from developing a Princeton construction site.

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Jersey Central Power & Light has been hit with a suit in the U.S. District Court for the District of New Jersey claiming its employee drug test program violates federal laws concerning persons with "shy bladder."

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The harassment conviction of a New Jersey man has been reversed by the New Jersey Appellate Division, which found that despite the "unprofessional, puerile and inappropriate" comments he wrote on a co-worker's wedding pictures, he did not violate the law.

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Boxer Diego Chaves and his promoter, KO International, have sued the International Boxing Federation in New Jersey federal court over a title fight that never took place.

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A New Jersey country club being sued over its refusal to refund former members' six-figure membership fees can't amend its answer to include preclusion defenses following the outcome of a related case, a federal judge has ruled.

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A dispute between members of the family operating the Tony Luke's cheesesteak chain has triggered a pair of lawsuits.