Dismissed radio personality Don Imus may be looking to get back on the air using his impending lawsuit against CBS Radio as a platform, according to the New York Post.

Imus' attorney Martin Garbus is plotting to use the suit, which is yet to be filed, as leverage against the broadcasting company to ensure the I-Man's return to radio, the Post reported, citing four sources close to the situation.

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It may not come easy, as CBS is planning to countersue Imus as soon as he sparks the legal battle. The countersuit notes that there are at least four provisions in Imus' contract where he may be fired without notice, the Post reported.

CBS showed Imus the door last month following a media firestorm led by the Rev. Al Sharpton after Imus referred to the Rutgers women's basketball team as "nappy headed ho's."