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MillerCoors Sued for False Advertising
MillerCoors Sued for False Advertising
Worst Place to Start a Business: Newark, New Jersey
Worst Place to Start a Business: Newark, New Jersey
Popeyes Shift Manager Fired for Allowing Gunman to Take $400
Popeyes Shift Manager Fired for Allowing Gunman to Take $400
Uber Sued for Refusing to Taxi Guide Dogs of the Blind
Uber Sued for Refusing to Taxi Guide Dogs of the Blind
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MillerCoors Sued for False Advertising

MillerCoors Sued for False Advertising Summary: A California man is suing MillerCoors for presenting their Blue Moon as if it were a craft beer. In today’s litigious world, names matter; that a tomato is “organic” matters, somehow, though all tomatoes are organic. So things get…>read more

No Comment View Count: 275 May 4, 2015

Worst Place to Start a Business: Newark, New Jersey

Worst Place to Start a Business: Newark, New Jersey Summary: The dream of being an entrepreneur is one we all share, so WalletHub ran a study to determine the best places where new businesses are most successful. A recent study conducted by WalletHub, a Washington D.C.-based personal finance company,…>read more

No Comment View Count: 354 April 28, 2015

Popeyes Shift Manager Fired for Allowing Gunman to Take $400

Popeyes Shift Manager Fired for Allowing Gunman to Take $400 Summary: A Texas Popeyes restaurant was robbed earlier this month, taking $400 from the registers. The shift manager was fired for allowing that much money to be in the registers. A pregnant Popeyes shift manger in Channelview, Texas was fired…>read more

No Comment View Count: 617 April 23, 2015

Uber Sued for Refusing to Taxi Guide Dogs of the Blind

Uber Sued for Refusing to Taxi Guide Dogs of the Blind Summary: Uber Technologies is being sued for refusing taxi service for blind persons and their service dogs. Uber Technologies Inc, the $40 billion transportation company, which offers mobile phone taxi-hailing services in over 270 cities in 56 countries, has squirmed…>read more

No Comment View Count: 395 April 21, 2015

Comcast and Time Warner to Discuss Merger with Department of Justice

Comcast and Time Warner to Discuss Merger with Department of Justice Summary: Comcast and Time Warner Cable are scheduled to meet with the Department of Justice this week to discuss a possible merger. Many Department of Justice attorneys want to block the deal to protect consumers. According to Bloomberg, Time Warner…>read more

No Comment View Count: 416 April 20, 2015

Upon Net Neutrality Rules Being Published, Legal Challenge Filed

Upon Net Neutrality Rules Being Published, Legal Challenge Filed Summary: The FCC has posted their new rules for net neutrality Monday, opening the window for US Telecom to sue to have those same rules blocked, which they immediately did. Regarding net neutrality legislation, Monday has marked a significant date:…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1780 April 13, 2015

United States Cannot Circumvent Foreign Privacy Laws, Microsoft Says

United States Cannot Circumvent Foreign Privacy Laws, Microsoft Says Summary: Although the United States served a warrant on Microsoft in 2013, asking for data to be turned over, the company has argued that it does not have to provide the information. According to The Register, Microsoft’s general counsel and…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1466 April 10, 2015

$150 Million Awarded to the Family of 4-Year-Old Killed In Jeep Fire

$150 Million Awarded to the Family of 4-Year-Old Killed In Jeep Fire Summary: A Georgia jury awarded $150 million to a family who lost their 4-year-old son in a fire caused by a faulty rear fuel tank in their 1999 Jeep Grand Cherokee. On Thursday a Georgia jury awarded $150 million in…>read more

1 Comment View Count: 1284 April 3, 2015

Gender Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against Twitter

Gender Discrimination Lawsuit Filed Against Twitter Summary: Tina Huang has filed a lawsuit against Twitter, alleging that mostly males are selected for promotions. A woman who used to work at Twitter as a software engineer is now suing the social media company for supposedly using a…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1737 March 23, 2015

Large Portion of Settlement Money from Exxon Case Will Go to Legal Expenses

Large Portion of Settlement Money from Exxon Case Will Go to Legal Expenses Summary: A judge must now approve the settlement reached between the state of New Jersey and ExxonMobil Corporation, a settlement that many feel is too small. Many have criticized New Jersey’s decision to agree to settle a multibillion-dollar lawsuit with…>read more

No Comment View Count: 1559 March 10, 2015

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