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YouTube producer embroiled in costly contract dispute

A YouTube video producer popular among fans in Missouri and across the country has filed a counterclaim against a firearms manufacturer that had earlier agreed to sponsor the producer's online work. The video channel's filing claimed that Radian Weapons is in breach of its contract because the company decided that it no longer wanted to bear the costs of video sponsorship. The YouTube producer also claimed that the company actually waged an online campaign against its videos, generating an "excessive" number of thumbs-down or "dislikes" on the producer's work. This campaign disrupted the YouTuber's contracts with other sponsors according to the complaint.

Cardi B countersues in contract dispute

Missouri residents who enjoy hip-hop may be familiar with the music of Cardi B. She is currently in a dispute with WorldStar Marketing Group owned by a man known as Shaft. He claims that the company had an exclusive one-year deal with the rapper with the option to represent her for four more years. According to the lawsuit, Worldwide Marketing was entitled to 20 percent of Cardi B's income.

Contract disputes disrupt craft beer business

Entering contracts may be an essential part of doing business, but a breach of contract can destroy what had been a promising relationship between Missouri business owners. One contract dispute in the beer industry is currently drawing attention after craft brewery Monkey Paw was put back on the market in May. This comes less than one year after larger beer manufacturer Coronado had purchased a majority stake in the brewery, pledging to expand its offerings and distribution.

Former executive sues MLB's digital companies

Kansas City Royals fans may be interested in learning about a lawsuit that has been filed by a former executive of the digital company that is owned by Major League Baseball. The lawsuit was filed against Baseball Advanced Media and BAMTech and alleges several causes of action, including breach of contract, fraud and unjust enrichment.

Judge refuses to dismiss Pepsi Cola ad copyright case

Missouri residents may know that companies spend hundreds of millions of dollars each year to advertise their products during the Super Bowl. The game's halftime extravaganza generally features top performers and Hollywood-level production values, and companies with huge marketing budgets often clamor for the few advertising spots available. Pepsi Cola paid for such an ad during the 2016 Super Bowl halftime show to promote its brand and attract new customers, but the decision has left the company mired in a copyright dispute with a Connecticut-based advertising agency.

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.

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