Bill Cosby Fighting $1 Million A Month Legal Bill In ArbitrationA fee dispute between actor Bill Cosby and one in a string of law firms hired to address his legal problems shows the firm was billing Cosby $1 million a month in the run-up to his first sex assault trial.
'AIG Continues To Act Egregiously': Bill Cosby Says Insurance Company Settling Accuser's Lawsuit Without PermissionAIG earlier this month settled defamation lawsuits filed in Massachusetts by seven other Cosby accusers.
Insurance Company Representing Bill Cosby Agrees To Settle Defamation Lawsuits By 7 WomenThe 81-year-old comedian is serving a three- to 10-year prison sentence there.
Bill Cosby's Wife, Children Have Not Visited Him In PrisonA state prison spokeswoman says Cosby has a single cell and is not on a ward for older inmates.
Andrea Constand Settles Defamation Lawsuit Against Former Montgomery County DA Bruce CastorThe terms of the settlement are confidential.
Sylvester Stallone -- Who Is Not Dead -- Was The Most Searched Actor Of 2018 Because Google Users Thought He DiedGoogle's 2018 Year In Search has a lot of gems, but none weirder than a wildly-popular hoax that Sylvester Stallone had died.
Cosby Lawyers Detail 11 Alleged Trial Errors As They AppealAccording to the motion filed on Tuesday, Pennsylvania trial Judge Steven O'Neill had a feud with a key pretrial witness, the former county prosecutor who declined to arrest Cosby a decade earlier.
Bill Cosby's Bid For New Trial Rejected, Prompting Family's Accusations Of BiasCosby's lawyers have filed an appeal with the state Superior Court.
Prosecutors: Bill Cosby's Bid For New Trial Is 'Meritless'Prosecutors in Bill Cosby's sex assault case called his bid for a new trial or sentencing hearing "meritless," and asked the judge to deny him a post-trial hearing.
Bill Cosby's Lawyers Ask Court To Void Conviction, Prison SentenceCosby has been in a state prison near Philadelphia since the Sept. 25 sentencing on three felony sex assault counts.
Bill Cosby Sued For Unpaid Legal Bills Of $282,000A Philadelphia-based law firm is suing Cosby for failing to pay more than $282,000 in legal fees generated from representing the entertainer in civil and criminal cases related to sexual assault allegations that go back decades.