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.
Eminem and Justin Bieber exist at complete opposite ends of the musical spectrum, but they’re paired up in a strange new lawsuit, in which a promoter allegedly promised to deliver a concert by one of them in Korea but failed to make it happen.
Video game developer Gate Five has notched a significant victory in its whopping $100 million lawsuit against the very-pregnant Beyonce. Bey’s lawyers applied to have the case, which was launched in April, tossed out of Manhattan Supreme Court on Tuesday (Dec. 6.) However, judge Charles Ramos denied this request, ruling that the gaming company can move forward with its lawsuit, according to WENN.
Normally a lawsuit involving a fast food chain and a patron has something to do with the food. In the case of Martin Kessman versus White Castle the main complaint by Mr. Kessman is that the restaurant’s booths aren’t big enough. Online Dish explains how his local White Castle repeatedly broke promises to make the booths at his local franchise bigger.