In July of 2015 the Blue MTV movie studio in China released an animated cartoon, “The Autobots”. Disney and Pixar sued the studio for the similarities to their hit movies, “Cars” and “Cars 2” and recently won a settlement of 1.35 million yuan or $195,000.00 USD. A Shanghai judge said they
The Disney-owned LucasFilm is suing two different programs, New York Jedi School & Lightsaber Academy and the San Francisco Based Lightsaber Academy, for their Star Wars Themed classes. The New York Jedi School promises to offers the best light saber classes while the Lightsaber Academy in San Francisco offers certificates
A while back we brought you the news of a Pennsylvania family who was suing Walt Disney World over being bit by a poisonous snake at the Animal Kingdom, we are now finding out the case was thrown out by a Pennsylvania federal judge. U.S. District Senior Judge Robert F.
In the summer of 2014 Joseph and Danielle Jones packed their three daughters into the car and headed from their home in San Leandro to Anaheim for a family vacation at Disneyland. However, the family allegedly got more then they asked for. The Jones’s stayed at Disney’s Grand Californian Hotel
Characters for hire is being sued by Disney, Marvel and Lucasfilms Entertainment for using copyrighted characters without permission, the suit was filed in Manhattan federal Court on last week. The lawsuit is claiming that Characters for hire was using copyrighted characters such as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Snow White, Spiderman,
A former employee of the Plaza Restaurant in Walt Disney World is suing Disney because her salary was cut due to being forced to take on non-tipping responsibilities. Jasmin Sandoval, the former employee is suing Disney because she says that she had been spending more than 20 percent of her
The worker killed while testing a ride in Disney’s Animal Kingdom family has reached a settlement with Walt Disney Parks and Resorts. The case was scheduled to go to court this week; however, the worker’s widow Terrie Roscoe dismissed the case voluntarily with prejudice on Friday. Roscoe’s attorney Brian Denney
Another Walt Disney World employee is suing the company. She will be joining a growing list of employees, both past and present suing Walt Disney World. Helena Mobley filed her lawsuit in Orange County Circuit Court last week. Mobley has been with Walt Disney World for almost 24 years, her
Walt Disney World is being sued by two former employees over the H-1B Visas incident from last year. Leo Perrero and Dena Moore filed on Monday in federal court in the Middle District of Florida. Perrero and Moore were among 250 employees laid off last year. The lawsuit claims Disney
A man from Virginia recently won his 5 year legal battle with The Disney World Resort, after he suffered a Brain Injury when he was hit by a 10-foot Crossfire advertising balloon that was tethered to a tree. It somehow came undone and hit him in the head as he walked
Recently Disney and Sanrio have teamed up to file a lawsuit. They are claiming copyright and trademark infringement lawsuit against a business owner, George Wilson, who they say is selling fake edible cake frosting sheets that have the likeness of Disney characters. In the list of demands, they are asking
Michael Smith was a houskeeping manager at Coronado Springs Resort at the Disney World Resort. In 2013, he sued Disney claiming discrimination. He is white and claims that his African American female supervisor discriminated against him because he had to take time off, under the Family Medical Leave Act, to
Disney is no stranger to lawsuits. In 2 separate lawsuits filed, 6 past and present security employees are suing Disney World citing different forms of discrimination. There have been quite a few complaints over the last few years from others employed in that position as well. Disney World employs has
84 years old Joseph Cosgrove who is a former member of the very exclusive Club 33 said his membership was revoked after a friend of his auctioned off a guest pass for a children’s charity. Disney Execs say that he misused his membership for years, so it was not the first incident.