Who writes legal briefs for Fox News -- Eminem? You may have seen the Fox lawyers' snotty comments about Al Franken that were quoted at the Drudge Report; if you boycott Drudge on principle, Lisa de Moraes at The Washington Post has some of them ("In its fair and balanced way, Fox News refers in its suit to Franken as an 'unstable' and 'shrill' 'C-level commentator' who is 'not a well-respected voice in American politics'").
De Moraes then gets snarky:
[Fox's lawyers say that] the use of "fair and balanced" in the title [of Franken's book] and the resemblance of the cover to the O'Reilly book is "likely to cause confusion among the public about whether Fox News has authorized or endorsed the book and about whether Franken is affiliated with FNC." They are referring, of course, to the large segment of the population that still counts with its toes.
(By the way, here's O'Reilly's book cover. And here's Franken's. I link. You decide.)