LAS VEGAS - Gordon & Silver claim soft-core porn mogul Joe Francis owes it $15,889 in legal fees for representing him in a defamation lawsuit from Steve Wynn, in Clark County Court.

     WASHINGTON - Interior Secretary Ken Salazar delisted the Wyoming population of northern Rocky Mountain gray wolves, in violation of the Endangered Species Act, the Defenders of Wildlife claim in Federal Court.

     SALINAS, Calif. - The Howard Jarvis Taxpayers Association sued Cal State-Monterey and Monterey Peninsula College, claiming their students' emails supporting Prop. 30 were illegal use of public money, in separate complaints in Monterey County Court.

     BIRMINGHAM, Ala. - A mother claims her baby died because Baptist Medical System-Princeton gave her Synagis, a monoclonal antibody, made by MedImmune and Astrazeneca, in Jefferson County Court

     HOUSTON - Brian Bordosky claims he invented a high-class fishing lure for big fish called the Bilat, and Juan Garcia III misappropriated the name and is selling the lures himself, in Harris County Court.

     FRESNO - Three girls claim Orlando Mendoza, an athletic trainer for Dinuba Unified School District, sexually pawed and battered them, in Superior Court.

     DETROIT - Redbox Automated Retail shares consumer information with third parties, in violation of the Michigan Video Rental Privacy Act, a class action claims in Federal Court.

     LOS ANGELES - Monavie and Juicey Acai push acai juice through a multi-level marketing scheme with false claims that its health benefits were proven through "millions of dollars in clinical research," a class action claims in Federal Court.

     FORT WAYNE, Ind. - Cequent Towing Products breached a collective bargaining agreement by announcing it would lay off all 350 workers and move to Mexico, the United Steel Paper and Forestry Rubber Manufacturing Energy Allied Industrial and Service Workers International Union AFL-CIO claims in Federal Court.

     WILMINGTON, Del. - Afluo claims Adobe Systems and others violate its patent on streaming multimedia data, in Federal Court.

     CHICAGO - 1st Technology claims Facebook violates two software patents, in Federal Court.

     SANTA ANA, Calif. - Questcor Pharmaceuticals drove up its stock price with false and misleading statements, and when the truth came out it tanked from $50.52 to $26.35 in a single day, shareholders claim in Federal Court.

     CHICAGO - Games Workshop claims Chapterhouse Studios violated copyright and trademark on video games, including the "Warhammer" trademark, in Federal Court.

     CHICAGO -, IntegraClick, John Daniel Lemp and affiliate marketers push weight-loss and "colon cleanse" products with false claims and bogus websites, the FTC claims in Federal Court.

     WASHINGTON - Eleven people claim the District of Columbia Metropolitan Police illegally arrested them during a "sleepful protest" outside the Bank of America, in Federal Court.