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Porn star sues Phoenix (AP)-Jenna Jameson is suing in federal court to bar her publisher from getting a cut of a proposed reality show featuring the adult film star. Jameson’s suit in Phoenix federal court asks a judge to rule that an April 2004 development agreement signed with Regan Media doesn’t apply to a deal that Jameson negotiated herself with the A&E cable television channel for a show based on her daily life. Jameson claims in the suit that the A&E deal was negotiated before the Regan Media agreement. Regan Media owner Judith Regan countersued, saying that the 2004 agreement with Jameson gives Regan Media the exclusive rights to negotiate with television networks for a reality show. The countersuit claims Jameson, whose real name is Jenna Massoli, violated the agreement by negotiating a contract with A&E without Regan Media. Lawyers stung Nearly six years after New Jersey made it a crime for lawyers to pay runners to drum up business, the first indictment has been issued. An undercover sting operation by the state attorney general’s insurance fraud prosecutor’s office resulted in the indictment of two West Orange lawyers and their firm for paying runners more than $65,000 to solicit auto accident injury claims. Irwin Seligsohn, Allen Goldberger and the firm of Goldberger, Seligsohn & Shinrod were charged with filing false tax returns to cover up the illegal payments and conspiring to use runners and commit tax fraud. The firm’s other partner, Edward Shinrod, was not named. Seligsohn’s defense counsel, West Orange solo Dennis Cipriano, said: “I am satisfied that when all of the facts are presented, there will be no finding of wrongdoing, let alone a conviction.” The charges carry penalties of up to five years in prison and a $15,000 fine per count. - ALM

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