Elvis Presley's estate is allegedly suing a gun manufacturer for using the singer's likeness in an advert.
According to TMZ, Elvis Presley Enterprises has filed a lawsuit against Beretta claiming they wrongfully used Presley's image without permission to advertise their new 692 shotgun. They also used Elvis impersonators at the 2014 Shot Show in Las Vegas.
The Black Keys have settled legal claims with Pizza Hut and Home Depot over copyright infringement.
The US blues-rock duo sued both companies in June this year, saying their music had been used in TV adverts without their permission. The pizza chain was alleged to have used "significant portions" of their track 'Gold On The Ceiling', while they claimed the DIY chain had used 'Lonely Boy' to sell power tools.
Pizza Hut and Home Depot have denied that they produced adverts that used songs by The Black Keys without their permission.
In June of this year, Dan Auerbach and drummer Patrick Carney, as well as producer Danger Mouse, submitted a lawsuit alleging that Pizza Hut and its advertising agency used "significant portions" of 'Gold On The Ceiling' in an ad for Cheesy Bites Pizza while Home Depot used the track 'Lonely Boy' in an advert for power tools.