Nicollette Sheridan Scores a New Trial Against 'Desperate Housewives' Bosses 4 weeks ago
At this rate, Nicollette Sheridan's legal crusade against her former "Desperate Housewives" overlords is going to last longer...
By Tim Kenneally
Ousted "Desperate Housewives" star claims she was fired in retaliation after complaining that series creator Marc Cherry slapped her
Ousted "Desperate Housewives" star Nicollette Sheridan can still pursue her case on basis of California Labor Code
Attorney for ousted "Desperate Housewives" actress Nicollette Sheridan attempts to make case for wrongful termination claim
Judge admits confusion over court of appeals writ in Nicollette Sheridan's case against her former bosses
Nicollette Sheridan's lawyer is defiant after a court indefinitely stays the September retrial
Attorneys for axed "Desperate Housewives" star want $35,000 in sanctions against Touchstone for repeatedly harping on the same topics during wrongful-termination trial
"Desperate Housewives" jury was deadlocked 8-4 in favor of Nicollette Sheridan. Her attorney says she'll retry wrongful termination case against ABC and Touchstone
"We will wait for the jury," ABC attorney says after attempt to settle "Desperate Housewives" suit falls flat
Judge likely to declare mistrial if verdict can't be reached Monday, but is a settlement in the works?
Jurors in Nicollette Sheridan's wrongful termination suit against ABC and Touchstone will be back in court Friday
"Desperate Housewives" jury will decide whether to give Nicollette Sheridan millions. The actress claims her character was axed because she complained of being struck
In closing arguments, ABC's attorney says timeline proves decision to kill off Nicollette Sheridan's character was made before slapping incident
Nicollette Sheridan's attorney tells "Desperate Housewives" jury that ABC's claim of early plan to kill off her character is "insult to your intelligence"
With case heading to the jury, defense in Nicollette Sheridan's "Desperate Housewives" suit counters "mystery witness" claims of ABC cover-up
Attorneys for Nicollette Sheridan claim "Desperate Housewives" worker can expose an ABC cover-up. Defense says the ploy is "orchestrated"
Former show scribe claims "Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry was "not totally at rest" with offing Sheridan's character into December 2008
Former ABC president Steve McPherson says he gave his blessing to Sheridan's departure during May 2008 meeting
Nicollette Sheridan was late for work half the time, according to "Desperate Housewives" executive producer George Perkins
ABC is killing off a character on Sunday's "Desperate Housewives" episode to bolster its case against Nicollette Sheridan, her attorney claims
"Desperate Housewives" producer lets news of impending death slip during Nicollette Sheridan's wrongful termination suit
Appearing in court Thursday, "Desperate Housewives" star James Denton noted that characters get killed often on the show
Creator Marc Cherry testifies that it was "stage business" when he put his hand to the head of "Desperate Housewives' star Nicollette Sheridan
Lori Kirkland Baker says that Marc Cherry got the OK to kill off Edie Britt in December 2008 -- after the alleged "wallop" incident
"Desperate Housewives" creator Marc Cherry also said that the actress had trouble learning her lines
Mark Pedowitz, former head of Touchstone and ABC Studios, says he approved killing off Nicollette Sheridan's character months before she claimed Marc Cherry hit her
Nicollette Sheridan's attorney Neil Meyer testifies that she didn't ask for Marc Cherry's reprimand for alleged wallop because she feared she'd lose her job
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