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Univision pulls stations from Charter Communications' lineup

Missourians might be interested in learning about what is happening with the ongoing dispute between Univision and Charter Communications. According to news sources, Univision pulled its stations in several major markets, including New York, Los Angeles, Dallas and elsewhere, from Charter on Jan. 31.

Actress settles suit with television network

When people or businesses have to sign a contract, it is important to have an attorney who will protect their interests. Missouri residents may be interested to know that an actress has settled a lawsuit against the cable television network BET. Gabrielle Union had been pursuing compensation of at least $3 million.

Dispute occurs over Selena TV show

Kansas fans of the late singer Selena may have heard that her widower, Chris Perez, wants to turn his 2012 memoir, "To Selena, With Love," into a TV series. However, Selena's father Abraham Quintanilla filed a suit in Texas on Dec. 2, alleging a prior contractual agreement that may prevent the show from airing.

Rock band A Day To Remember wins court battle

Missouri residents may be familiar with the rock band A Day To Remember. It has released several albums with Victory Records and Indianola Records. The exact number of albums that the band has recorded has been a key issue in an ongoing contract dispute with Victory Records.

"The Crow" producer in breach of contract dispute

Missouri fans of the film franchise "The Crow" may have heard that a breach of contract lawsuit is underway regarding the films. Producer Jeff Most says that he has not received any payments or earning statements in the last four years despite his involvement in the first four films and the television series. Most says that based on his agreement, he is supposed to receive a portion of the gross receipts from the second, third and fourth movies and a portion of merchandising and net profit from the TV show.

Walmart sues insurance companies over Morgan accident settlement

Kansas residents may recall a June 2014 tractor-trailer accident that left one person dead and the comedian Tracy Morgan seriously injured. The semi involved was owned by Walmart, and the retailer subsequently settled lawsuits brought by the accident victims including Morgan. The case was once again in the headlines on Sept. 30 when Walmart initiated litigation against six insurance companies alleging that they have delayed in paying claims related to the settlement.

The Kansas Consumer Protection Act and breach of contract

Kansas residents who are involved in breach of contract disputes regarding their real estate transactions may be interested to learn about a recent case in New Jersey. In that case, a couple had contracted with an architect and a developer to plan and build their residential property. Although the architect's plan called for the developer to test the soil, the developer failed to do so. The soil could not support the weight of the home and it cracked and became uninhabitable.

AutoNation ends partnership with TrueCar after contract dispute

AutoNation, the biggest new-vehicle retailer in the United States, notified TrueCar, an online car shopping service, that it is ending its partnership as of July 15, 2015, following a lengthy contract dispute. Auto enthusiasts in Kansas might have become aware of the impending split when the CEO of AutoNation said in April 2014 that the company intended to distance itself from third-party providers, accusing TrueCar of prompting the move.

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