Brooklyn State Senator Kevin Parker is slated to be sentenced at the Brooklyn Supreme Court on Monday.
Parker was found guilty of two misdemeanors in December for assaulting a photographer from the New York Post.
He faces up to a year in jail, but if he is sentenced to prison time he is expected Read More
New York Magazine faces a million-dollar libel suit over a piece Andrew Goldman wrote in 2009, “Extreme Birth,” about Manhattan celebrity midwife Cara Muhlhahn, according to Jezebel’s Irin Carmon.
Ms. Muhlhahn claims that Mr. Goldman painted her as reckless, but New York has filed a motion to dismiss on the grounds that writing Read More
Greg Montana and Michelle Decker, former sales executives at Interview magazine, are suing Peter Brant for $1.1 million worth of sales commisions that were never paid, according to Page Six. A rep for billionaire newsprint magnate Peter Brant, who owns the magazine, said that the Mr. Montana and Ms. Decker are only trying to Read More
Shirley Sherrod told a crowd at the National Association of Black Journalists convention in San Diego yesterday that she will definitely sue Andrew Breitbart (video below). Mr. Breitart posted an edited video on July 19 of Ms. Sherrod speaking at an NAACP event that, without context, made Ms. Sherrod seem to be admitting to racism Read More
CBS, the owner of award-winning television news magazine 48 Hours, is suing coffee-fueled San Francisco-based publishing experiment 48 HR magazine, according to David Carr.
“To be honest, none of us even knew that there was still a program called ’48 Hours,’ so it never crossed our mind,” Mathew Honan, one of the minds Read More