Dov Charney v. Woody Allen

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<b><a class="taxInlineTagLink" id=" PECLB004228" title="Woody Allen" href="/topic/entertainment/movies/woody-allen-PECLB004228.topic">Woody Allen</a> vs. Dov Charney</b><b>: </b>It's the kind of lawsuit we would have loved to have seen on Court TV. Allen sued <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id=" ORCRP017371" title="American Apparel" href="/topic/business/consumer-goods-industries/clothing-textiles-industry/american-apparel-ORCRP017371.topic">American Apparel</a>  for using his image on billboards without permission. Last week, American Apparel  settled but founder Charney said his insurance company made the choice. And he offered this anti-mea culpa: "I'm not sorry for expressing myself."
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( Anne Cusack / Los Angeles Times / May 24, 2009 )

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Woody Allen vs. Dov Charney: It's the kind of lawsuit we would have loved to have seen on Court TV. Allen sued American Apparel for using his image on billboards without permission. Last week, American Apparel settled but founder Charney said his insurance company made the choice. And he offered this anti-mea culpa: "I'm not sorry for expressing myself."

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